This week’s Cotton Newsline is 3 cuts. All cuts are Lee Tiller, Chairman of the Joint Cotton Industry Bale Packaging Committee.
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The Joint Cotton Industry Bale Packaging Committee approved two new woven polypropylene bags: an extruded seam bag with modified construction and a spiral seam bag with eight-by-eight yarns per square inch of fabric construction. Lee tiller, Chairman of the committee says there are still several other woven polypropylene bags that are being tested and reviewed.
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In addition to the woven polypropylene and other bags, Tiller says the committee will continue to discuss bags made from 100 percent cotton.
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According to tiller the committee has also asked bag manufactures to work on breathe-ability.