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Cotton arrival at ginneries down

MULTAN – The cotton arrival at ginneries has gone down by 5.26 per cent compared to the corresponding period of last year, disclosed a fortnightly cotton arrival report released by the Pakistan Cotton Ginners Association (PCGA) here on Saturday. The report further revealed that seed cotton (Phutti) equivalent to over 77,06,331 bales of cotton reached ginneries across Pakistan as of October 3I compared to corresponding period last year when ginneries received 81,34,404 bales.

Ginneries in Punjab recorded arrival of 42,71,444 bales against the last year arrival of 46,58,280 bales, showing a decrease of 8.30 per cent. Sindh ginneries recorded arrival of 34,34,887 bales while last year Sindh received 34,76,124  bales, 1.19% less. Ginneries in Sindh recorded a decrease of 1.19 % as compared to corresponding period last year. Textile mills have bought 57,20,156 bales while exporters bought 83,958 bales. The total bales sold out so far were calculated at 58,04,114 bales. While 19,02,217 bales are lying unsold.

Multan received 1,62,345  bales, 16.41% decrease than last year, Lodhran 77,367 bales, 20.70% decrease, Khanewal 4,14,616 bales, a decrease of 19.20%, Muzaffargarh 2,38,280 bales, an increase of 11.04%, Dera Ghazi Khan 2,86,946, an increase of 5.29%, Rajanpur 3,54,626 bales, 8.25% increase, Layyah 1,34,450 bales,  27.36% decrease, Vehari 3,61,635 bales, 18.81% decrease, Sahiwal 1,61,056 bales, 16.52% less than last year, Pakpattan 17,094 bales, 47.17% decrease, Okara 11,650 bales, 19.93% short, Toba Tek Singh 1,05,899 bales, 15.27% decrease , Faisalabad 25,948 bales, 16.98% less than  last year, Jhang 11,896, showing a decrease of 38.20%, Mianwali 51,600, a decrease of 55.57% , Bhakkar 22,862 (61.45 % less) Sargodha (figures not received), Rahim yar Khan 6,85,831 bales (16.33% increase), Bahawalpur 5,96,245, a decrease of 11.62%,and Bahawalnagar 5,51,098, an increase of 0.60%.

Hyderabad received 2,02,647 bales, 13.64% less than last year, Mirpur Khas (Thar) 1,18,128 bales, 42.70% less, Sangarh 12,05,037 bales, 9% decrease, Nawabshah 3,52,301 bales (11.55% increase), Naushero Feroze 3,00,455 bales (3.27% increase), Khairpur 3,12,545 (21.84% increase) Ghotki 2,50,891 (36.42% increase), Sukkur 4,68,464 (15.84% increase), Dadu 34,455 (44.66% increase), Jamshoro 92,991 bales (25.41% less) ,Badeen 3,229 bales, 81.34 % less, and Balochistan 93,745 bales (a decrease of 0.01%).

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