Investigation of the Costs of an Increased Shipping Standard for Cotton Warehouses
The speed of shipping cotton from warehouses has become an important issue for the cotton industry. This paper examines issues relating to costs and benefits of an increased cotton shipping standard. The value chain model is used to identify improvements in incentives, information flow and warehouse filling and management strategies.
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- Jung, Sangnyeol & Lyford, Conrad P., 2007. "Positioning Cotton in the Market for Quality: An Application of Market Segmentation for West Texas," 2007 Annual Meeting, February 4-7, 2007, Mobile, Alabama 34989, Southern Agricultural Economics Association.
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