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Brazilian cotton bales are standardized in pressing, at the end of the ginning process. Each bale has an average weight of 200kg – 220kg and is 0.90m in length, 0.50m in width and 1.4m in height.

Each Brazilian cotton bale has a tracking code including the following information: producing farm, cotton ginning plant, ginning press number, laboratory and HVI test results.

Brazilian cotton is available for purchase 12 months a year, providing for easier planning and a more flexible production schedule.

100% of Brazilian cotton is tested by high-volume instruments (HVI).


As Brazil is a country with continental dimensions, cotton harvested in different states takes a variation in time to reach the Port of Santos, Brazil’s main port, and where 98.6% of the fiber exported comes from. Shipment can take 2 to 4 days from processing.

Added to this, a few more days are needed until it reaches the main countries purchasing the fiber:


China | 35 to 45 days (Qingdao, Shanghai and Zhangjiagang ports)


Vietnam | 42 to 50 days (Ho Chi Minh City and Haiphong Danang ports)


Bangladesh | 45 to 65 days (Chattogram and Chittagong ports)


Türkiye | 35 to 40 days (Iskenderun and Mersin ports)


Pakistan | 45 to 55 days (Qasim and Karachi ports)


Indonesian | 34 to 50 days (Jakarta and Semarang ports)


Malaysia | 35 to 45 days (Klang and Tanjung Pelepas ports)


Korea | 40 to 50 days (Busan and Pusan ports)


Thailand | 40 to 45 days (Lat Krabang port)

main buyers of Brazilian cotton

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