Oritain, the global company specialising in supply chain traceability partners with Modern Nile Cotton Co., Egyptâ€™s largest cotton trader specializes primarily in Egyptian cotton. They have partnership to verify the origin of Egyptian cotton and mitigate risks in its supply chain.
Modern Nile Cotton, is also the largest importer and supplier of foreign cottons to Egyptian spinners, using Oritainâ€™s innovative scientific method, the company will be able to verify the origin of its cotton throughout the supply chain to ensure it is supplying an authentic final product to its customers.
Modern Nile Cotton Co. will also work with Oritain to reduce the risk of contamination and fraud in its supply chain.
Commenting on the deal, CEO of Oritain, Grant Cochrane, said that today, more cotton suppliers worldwide are recognizing the benefits of providing a record of authenticity and traceability, particularly in the face of a growing number of supply chain challenges.
Cochrane added that manufacturers, brand owners and retailers pay a premium for high-quality Egyptian cotton, and by using their unique method, they can be certain theyâ€™re purchasing an authentic product.
Egyptian cotton, with its long history, occupies a special place in the hearts of consumers so they are especially excited to be working with Modern Nile Cotton Co.
Unlike traditional traceability processes, Oritain is able to use science to prove origin by testing naturally-occurring elements within the product itself, removing the need for additives such as sprays, tags or barcodes.
Ahmed Elbosaty, chairman and managing director of Modern Mile Cotton Co., said that in their continuous effort of achieving full transparency through the supply chain of goods produced out of 100percent Egyptian Cotton, they are happy to partner with Oritain.
With Oritainâ€™s exceptional breakthrough and unique service, they are confident that they can jointly assure buyers, retailers and consumers of Egyptian Cotton authenticity.
Previously Oritain has signed agreements with the JG Boswell Company & subsidiary Auscott, home textiles manufacturer Welspun India and US-based cotton industry association, SUPIMA, which represents more than 500 US Pima cotton growers. Oritainâ€™s deal with Modern Nile Cotton will expand the companyâ€™s growth into the cotton industry.
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