Connecting producers and users of cotton through origination, marketing and distribution capabilities and services.
Cargill Cotton, one of the world’s largest and oldest cotton businesses, is respected for its experience, expertise, reliability and commitment to customers. Cargill’s cotton business can be traced back to 1851 when Ralli Brothers was incorporated in Kolkata (formerly Calcutta) and Mumbai (formerly Bombay). Ralli Brothers was bought over by Cargill in 1981 and in 2002, the name of the cotton business was changed to Cargill Cotton.
India is the world's second largest producer of cotton and cotton textiles. Our operations in India form an important part of Cargill’s global network of buying, selling and merchandising cotton as well as cotton gins and warehouses that service growers, ginners and textile mills around the world. We have a network of value chain participants who help us source and supply the best cotton into and out of the country. We work closely with both suppliers and users of Indian cotton to strengthen their competitiveness in the global markets making Indian cotton the preferred choice by mills around the world. We offer a range of customer solutions that include price risk management and supply chain management.