Task force targets slow cotton flow

Smith, Ron
March 2007
Southeast Farm Press;3/7/2007, Vol. 34 Issue 7, p18
Trade Publication
The article features the Performance and Standard Task Force directing the slow flow of cotton trade in the U.S. The task force took on the task of finding a mechanism that will regulate how well the warehouse industry adheres to the 4.5 percent minimum shipping standard and then decide if the standard remains acceptable to the demand. They recommend that warehouse should prepare weekly reports to determine if each warehouse was meeting the standard.


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