Cotton Ginning

Cotton ginning is the first step to making yarn. It separates the seeds from the fibre making it apt for commercial use. Ginned cotton is more productive than manually processed cotton. The seed cotton are fed to the cotton gin. After separating the seeds, "wastes" are removed from the fibre (like dirt, leaves, etc). Next it passes through a hydraulic process. The ginned cotton, now known as 'lint' is compressed into bales. Bales are of around 4’×2’×1.5’ in dimension and weigh 170 kg approx.

At PANAS we see to it that cotton bales are made with utmost care, and are perfectly suitable for transportation to other nations. We do not compromise with the quality under any situation. We aim to provide unparalleled services that would go on to increase trust on us.