Egyptian government appoints an official steering committee to safeguard the future of the Egyptian Cotton brand

Related Keywords: luxury cotton brand, Pima cotton, spinning, textiles sector, Turkish cotton, weaving

Giza
Summary: 
Recent moves to improve confidence in the Egyptian Cotton logo include the introduction of a partnership with Bureau Veritas and a new rigorous accreditation process, which uses DNA testing to distinguish between genuine Egyptian Cotton and regular cotton. Exports of Egyptian Cotton grew by 181.6% from December to February this year, and in August an investment of US$ 1.3 billion for modernising Egypt’s textiles sector was announced.

Recent moves to improve confidence in the Egyptian Cotton logo include the introduction of a partnership with Bureau Veritas and a new rigorous accreditation process, which uses DNA testing to distinguish between genuine Egyptian Cotton and regular cotton. Exports of Egyptian Cotton grew by 181.6% from December to February this year, and in August an investment of US$ 1.3 billion for modernising Egypt’s textiles sector was announced.

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Egyptian local manufacturers choose to rely on US cotton

Related Keywords: chosen to rely on U.S. cotton, despite global popularity of Egyptian cotton, deteriorating quality of Egyptian cotton, Egyptian extra-long staple cotton, Foreign Agricultural Service, local textile manufacturers, Pima cotton, short and medium staple varieties, U.S. Department of Agriculture, U.S. exports of lint cotton to Egypt has increased

Cairo
Egyptian local manufacturers choose to rely on US cotton
Summary: 
The U.S. exports of lint cotton to Egypt has increased by 30 percent or USD 12.282 million to reach USD 40 million in the past year compared to USD 27,733 million in 2014 as local textile manufacturers have chosen to rely on U.S. cotton, according to a report published by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) despite global popularity of Egyptian cotton by virtue of the country’s long history in growing the cotton crop.

The U.S. exports of lint cotton to Egypt has increased by 30 percent or USD 12.282 million to reach USD 40 million in the past year compared to USD 27,733 million in 2014 as local textile manufacturers have chosen to rely on U.S. cotton, according to a report published by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) despite global popularity of Egyptian cotton by virtue of the country’s long history in growing the cotton crop.

http://egyptianstreets.com/2016/09/01/egyptian-cotton-loses-its-prominence-even-for-local-manufacturers-us-report/
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First deployment of pima cotton bales with DNA marking in Asia

Related Keywords: American retailer, anti-counterfeiting, Applied DNA, fine textile, Pima cotton, Signature T, textile supply chains worldwide

USA
First deployment of pima cotton bales with DNA marking in Asia
Summary: 
One of America’s largest retailers has chosen Applied DNA Sciences Inc. (APDN), a provider of DNA-based anti-counterfeiting technology, for SigNature T DNA marking of pima cotton fibers. APDN successfully completed the campaign.

One of America’s largest retailers has chosen Applied DNA Sciences Inc. (APDN), a provider of DNA-based anti-counterfeiting technology, for SigNature T DNA marking of pima cotton fibers. APDN successfully completed the campaign.

More than 10,000 bales of extra long staple cotton were securely marked at the fiber level with APDN’s botanically-derived DNA and shipped to off-shore locations in Asia for conversion to finished goods that will ultimately be sold at retail this year.

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Textile manufacturer sign commercial agreement with APDN to assure quality of ELS Pima cotton

Related Keywords: anti-counterfeiting, APDN, Applied DNA sciences, brand protection, Fiber forward, INC, Pima cotton, product authentication solution, purchase SigNature T(R) DNA mark, supply chain security, textile and fashion industry, textile manufacturer

US
Textile manufacturer sign commercial agreement with APDN
Summary: 
Applied DNA Sciences, Inc.(APDN) provides botanical-DNA based anti-counterfeiting and product authentication solutions technology that can be utilized in variety of industries including textile/fashion for supply chain security and brand protection, has entered into a commercial agreement with a textile manufacturer to purchase a SigNature T(R) DNA mark, in order to protect and authenticate extra long staple (ELS) Pima cotton.

Applied DNA Sciences, Inc.(APDN) provides botanical-DNA based anti-counterfeiting and product authentication solutions technology that can be utilized in variety of industries including textile/fashion for supply chain security and brand protection, has entered into a commercial agreement with a textile manufacturer to purchase a SigNature T(R) DNA mark, in order to protect and authenticate extra long staple (ELS) Pima cotton.

http://specialtyfabricsreview.com/articles/112414_apdn_commercial.html
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