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Investor Relations

  • Advantages of Cottonseed Oil

    Cottonseed oil is known for its neutral, slightly nutty flavor. For this reason, cottonseed oil is often used as the standard against which other oils are compared for pleasing aroma, flavor and performance.

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  • R&D Activities at ACPL

    R&D facilities at Abhay Cotex has done an extensive process development work and established the Unique Process technology for Cottonseed.

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  • Quality Standards

    The product quality will be as & at par to international standards {A.O.C.S. & B.I.S} and are as per each product

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Cottonseed– An Overview
CottonseedWorld Outlook

  • Of the total world production of oilseed of about 454 MT in FY10/11, Cottonseed production contributes nearly 9.6% of the oilseed produce.
  • With an annual production of more than 11.5 million MT of cottonseed for FY10/11, India (12-12.5%) is the largest cottonseed producing country in the world followed by China (11-11.5%) and the USA (8.8-9%).
  • Of the total world production of 43 MT of cottonseed. India’s share of production stands at about 28%.
  • The Cotton plant has long been known as “Nature’s Food & Fiber plant”. Cottonseed is a by-product of cotton plant and is a very valuable source of food for human consumption, excellent cattle, poultry and fish feed and strategically vital industrial product likes linters.
Cottonseed India Outlook

  • Gujarat, Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh are the main states which contribute about more than 70% of India’s production.
  • The yield average of cotton (bales) in India is at 465 kg/ha compared to 680 kg/ha average world yield.
  • The amount of cotton bales produced in India increased from 250 lakh bales in FY08 to 325 lakh bales in FY09 and 295 lakh bales in FY10. This number is expected to increase to 500 lakh bales in the next two years.