Cotton Ginning

Faisal Industries Pvt. Ltd entered the cotton business over 65 years ago and achieved a leading position in the cotton ginning industry of Pakistan. Our operations in key cotton producing regions include ginning, storage, marketing and logistics.

The primary Cotton Ginning unit that the company set up was in Mian Chanu, Punjab in the year 1952.Between 1952 and 1986, the company further invested into seven ginning units, located in Punjab. Aiming to strategically build concentration into a central location close to the port of Karachi, those units were later divested and the company elected to set up large scale ginning units in Tando Adam, Sindh.

The inspiration behind this was to be strategically concentrated in the premium cotton growing areas in proximity to the port of Karachi, giving FIL a competitive advantage in sourcing quality raw materials and allowing access to Sindh and International markets.

We manufacture a range of premium quality cotton lint including 1505, 1503, 1467, Afzal, Alaka and Adnas.

Our processing capacity for Raw Cotton is above 120 MT/ DAY.

With decades of experience in the ginning industry, we have evolved to be one of the largest players in the local and international markets, serving diversified markets such as China, Thailand, Vietnam and many others.

Our strengths in Cotton:

Due to solid business relationships and our presence in all key cotton producing areas of Pakistan, our Cotton Platform has steadily increased its business volumes and built a strong reputation with both suppliers and customers.

Our skill at monitoring and managing supply and demand fundamentals is one of our key competitive advantages.

In 2004 FCG Factories were the first in Pakistan to obtain the ISO 9001:2000 certifications. Today, we are an ISO 9001:2015 Certified company, ensuring that our suppliers and customers have the comfort in knowing that we are compliant with global standards of quality, management and ethics.

About Cotton:

Cotton is a bulk staple fiber produced from the cotton plant. It serves as the primary raw material for textiles all over the globe. It is grown in tropical and subtropical regions, within latitudes that provide a long frost-free growing period of 150 or more days per year. Once harvested, cotton fiber is separated from its seed and is traded in bales of 160-180 KG each. Crushed cotton seed produces oil primarily used for cooking and is a meal used for animal feed.