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Excerpts from: ‘Maharashtra’s new cotton factory: a history and vision’, by Vijay Kumar, Mumbai The Economic Times, August 27, 2016.
Maharashtra’s new cotton factory: a history and vision
It is widely believed by Indians that this is the first of five new cotton mills in Maharashtra in what will be an unprecedented collaboration between state and industry in one single plant. It is a story of collaboration that, from start to finish, offers a glimpse into how a sector dominated by multinational corporations can work, but also how it can lose.
From start to finish, the company that has won the contract through a tender competition, IndianCotton, has not had all the ingredients needed to produce the product of this momentous industrial change: high-end machinery, a large enough workforce with experience in cotton, expertise in manufacturing technology, and a highly skilled and capable management team. But IndianCotton is poised to be the first ever company to produce cotton directly in India through a facility that will employ over 300 people at its first two stages.
In the long run구미출장샵 구미출장마사지, however, the success of IndianCotton – with it, perhaps, the first major, integrated venture of its kind in the country – raises serious questions about the viability of large companies like Flipkart and other online retailers in manufacturing cotton. In addition, the fact that no new factories of this magnitude are being built across the country, as had already been done by online retailers, creates additional concerns about the viability of such models to compete with a range of locally made goods.
A history of collaboration on cotton technology
Although there is no formal model of cooperative in India, some research has shed some light on how a company works together in order to produce a product and what the benefits and responsibilities of the cooperation are. There have been many such arrangements that involve cooperation in various ways between industrial companies and the small sector, particularly, for instance, small scale manufacturers and small farmers in developing countries. However, only a handful of compan라이브 바카라ies have managed to successfully manage the complexity involved in such a venture. The IndianCotton model is not a traditional cooperative system but a product of the “Cotton Business”, a model devised by Maharashtra government and backed by the state and industry to encourage better productivity through the cooperative process.
There are two main features of the Cotton Business model: it offers for all producers, whether they sell cotton directly to consumers or onlin