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ACIL gets more agriculture land for Organic Contract Farming
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Apr '11
ACIL Cotton Industries Ltd announced that presently Company is in Contract Farming; cultivate different crops like BT Cotton, Tuver, Jira and Herbs in 700 acres land in Gujarat. Company gets 102 acres agriculture land on lease / contract at Bavda, District Ahmedabad.

Company is planning to acquire 2500 acres of land for its organic contract farming activity. Company gets 99 acres more agriculture land for its unique business model of 'Organic Contract Farming'

As per Business Model Company will buy-back all crops and sell through its planned retail chain, benefits of this developed chain being the Biggest Hub with presence in all agro commodities on a large scale in all the sectors of trading, Import, Export, and Retailing.

In retailing only in Agro Commodity with a motto to provide with a combination of quality, authentic, good services at best hard to find rates with a pleasant atmosphere with the warm feeling.

ACIL Cotton Industries Ltd

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