This week’s Cotton Newsline is 4 cuts. All cuts are Dale Thompson, Manager of Marketing and Processing Technologies for the National Cotton Council.
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Due to the ongoing strong post-harvest demand for U.S. raw cotton, the National Cotton Council is increasing its emphasis on improving the flow of lint from the gin to the textile mill. Dale Thompson, Manager of Marketing and Processing Technologies for the Council, says the NCC has re-activated its Performance and Standards Task Force to evaluate new policies adopted during the NCCs 2011 annual meeting.
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Thompson says one of those policies directs the NCC to investigate what constitutes appropriate rewards for exceptional performance as well as penalties for non-performance.
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According to Thompson the task for has put forth 12 proposals.
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Thompson says they hope to have some proposals implemented before the start of the next harvest and ginning season.