×
4 005
Fashion Jobs
L'OREAL GROUP
l'Oreal Luxe Multibrand Retail Account Manager
Permanent · London
COTY
National Account Manager
Permanent · London
TK MAXX
Loss Prevention Officer-tk Maxx High Street Kensington-Full Time
Permanent · London
HARRODS
Uniformed Security Officer - Thatcham Distribution Centre
Permanent · THATCHAM
HARRODS
Senior CRM Retention Executive
Permanent · LONDON
JOHN LEWIS
Section Manager Stock And Inventory – Nights
Permanent · BLETCHLEY
SELFRIDGES
HR Administrator (Part-Time)
Permanent · ENDERBY
SELFRIDGES
Digital Personal Shopping Content Manager
Permanent · LONDON
EVERLAST GYMS
General Assistant - Everlast Fitness
Permanent · POOLE
EVERLAST GYMS
General Assistant - Everlast Gyms
Permanent ·
ZARA
Zara High Wycombe - General Manager
Permanent · HIGH WYCOMBE
NEXT
Operations Manager - Liverpool Aintree Retail Park
Permanent · LIVERPOOL
HEAD OFFICE
Senior Finance Analyst, Commercial Finance
Permanent · BRACKNELL
JOHN LEWIS
Section Manager Stock And Inventory – Nights
Permanent · BLETCHLEY
HOUSE OF FRASER
Loss Prevention Supervisor - House of Fraser
Permanent · READING
EVERLAST GYMS
General Assistant - Everlast Fitness
Permanent · CAMBRIDGE
BERSHKA
New Position - Bershka Operations Manager - Stratford
Permanent · LONDON
AVON
Internal Audit Manager Natura &CO
Permanent · LONDON
COTY
Trade Marketing Manager
Permanent · London
JOHN LEWIS
Section Manager Customer Delivery Hub
Permanent · LONDON
FLANNELS
Beauty Brand Manager – Pat Mcgrath Labs
Permanent · ROTHERHAM
CLAUDIE PIERLOT UK
Stock Contoller - Permanent - Selfirdges London
Permanent · LONDON
By
Reuters
Published
Sep 1, 2009
Share
Download
Download the article
Print
Click here to print
Text size
aA+ aA-

Gill & Co to double cotton exports in 2009/10

By
Reuters
Published
Sep 1, 2009

MUMBAI, Sept. 1 (Reuters) - Gill & Co Pvt Ltd, India's largest private cotton exporter, expects to ship up to 800,000 bales of cotton in 2009/10 season, double the estimated exports last year, on hopes of economic revival, a top official said.



The cotton marketing year runs from October to September.

"There are now signs of recovery so global consumption should improve in 2009/10.. By Sept. 2010 we hope to export 700,000-800,000 bales," Chairman and Managing Director, Kantilal Shah, told Reuters in an interview.

The 10-bln-rupee firm exported nearly 1 million bales in the year ending September 2008, and estimates exports of 400,000 bales in year ending September 2009, as global demand declined after an economic crisis.

Shah said Indian prices may not be competitive in the international market in the short-term due to the higher support price.

(1 bale=170 kg)

(Reporting by Sourav Mishra & Abhishek Shanker; Editing by Prem Udayabhanu)

© Thomson Reuters 2023 All rights reserved.