In a pivotal move for the cotton industry, registration has commenced for a cutting-edge six-day training course set to elevate participants' proficiency in the intricate art of cotton classing. Scheduled from May 7-14, 2024, at the esteemed Cotton Exchange in Bremen, Germany, a city deeply entrenched in the history of the cotton trade, this comprehensive program offers a rare opportunity for individuals to delve into the nuances of classifying cotton.
Led by renowned experts, Jens Wirth of ICA Bremen and Axel Drieling of FIBRE, the course encompasses High Volume Instrument (HVI) training and manual cotton classing modules. Wirth emphasizes the significance of manual classing, stating that, "a substantial portion of traded goods relies on manual classing," highlighting its crucial role in countries with advanced industrial capacities.
Wirth lauds the tangible progress observed in past sessions, where participants swiftly grasped the complexities of attributing qualities to international cotton standards. Meanwhile, Drieling, a stalwart in HVI technology, will unravel the intricacies of this cutting-edge method, offering participants profound insights into its applications within the cotton industry.
Designed to cater to a diverse audience, from seasoned professionals to newcomers, this training promises to be a transformative experience, fostering a deeper understanding of cotton classification essential for ensuring the quality and consistency of cotton products.