Our cotton magazine is now on line. Go to 'Publications' . Despite COVID as you will see from the various articles that we publish , the participants of our industriel sector are showing flawless dynamism. Research, innovation, tenacity are the the words that best characterise their action.

The diversity

of each

makes the wealth

of all

– Julos Beaucarne

AFCOT PROFESSIONAL FORUM – REGISTRATION OPEN 

Monday 11th and Tuesday 12th October 2021 

Ending registration on September 20th 2021

At the Normandy and Casino Barrière in Deauville, France 

On the occasion of the AFCOT Cotton Forum, registrations are opened to rediscover with us the pleasure of international meetings, to follow a cycle of conferences together, to renew the links that we have so missed.

The AFCOT forum is a big family counting on your presence on October 11th and 12th, 2021 in Deauville!

Ending registration on September 20th 2021: For any information and registration, the AFCOT secretariat is at your entire disposal at info@afcot.org 

INFORMATION for your TRAVEL: COVID pass and Public health protocols on the website of the French diplomacy ministry: https://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/en/

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Deauville 2017

Tree picto

Deauville Meeting 2019

Stars

European Cotton Rules

The code of the road of the cotton actors

KAI HUGHES

Executive Director at ICAC

The truth about cotton Kai Hughes 'debunks' to ideas about water consumption of cotton.

MICHAEL EDWARDS

Director, Cotton Outlook

Deauville to Monte Carlo : how the Bulls confounded the Bears

MARCO MTUNGA

President African Cotton Association (ACA)

Quality Management Key to Sustainability

GAO FANG

Executive Vice President Chinese Cotton Association

The Chinese Cotton Industry : Opening up and Sustainability

TANGUY VINCENT

Project team leader at AFD's Transition Ecologique department

AFD and the cotton sector : a renewed desire to support African sectors

VAMISSA DIOMANDE

Chief Executive Officer of IVOIRE COTON

The issue of sustainability in Cote d’Ivoire’s cotton production: the experience of ivoire coton

MEHDI ALI

President Bangladesh Cotton Association

Cotton, Textile, RMG (ready made garments)- integrating economic development of Bangladesh

BNP PARIBAS (SWITZERLAND) SA

Financing agricultural commodities trading

International banks’ contribution to developing West Africa’s cotton sectors

TINA STRIDDE

Executive Director of the Aid by Trade Foundation

Cotton made in Africa: A sustainable cotton standard that connects more than one million African cotton farmers with the textile supply chain worldwide

AFCOT

The French Cotton Association (AFCOT) will soon be celebrating its 130th anniversary.

It is today one of the main world cotton associations and gathers French and foreign members, representing all the professional categories intervening directly or indirectly in the cotton sector: traders, producers, controllers, but also insurance companies, banks …

Its main objective is to represent and defend the interests of cotton professionals regardless of the size of the company, its sector of activity, its geographical affiliation.

130

years of existence

+300

attendees at our cotton events

65%

foreign members

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