Cottonon perks: Welcome to Perks! A lifetime of rewards.

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Welcome to Perks! A lifetime of rewards.

    You can sign up to CottonOn & Co. Perks online here, or head in store.

    No, CottonOn & Co. Perks is a free program designed to allow us to thank you for your loyalty and reward you across our seven brands.

    You will need to provide your full name and a personal email address, and agree to our terms and conditions. We also ask for your date of birth, the brands you like and your mobile number, so we can send you a birthday treat and SMS reminders so you don’t miss out on rewards. But it’s up to you if you want to provide them. You can add these details later if you change your mind, just click the Preference Centre link in the bottom of any Cotton On & Co email and follow the prompts.

    Your account is linked to your email address, so you cannot be a Cotton On & Co. Perks member without one.

    This is how we’ll get in touch with any exclusive offers and how you’ll receive your perks Payday vouchers. We recommend signing up with a personal email address that’s not likely to change.

    You wouldn’t want to opt out of Cotton On & Co. Perks emails, as they keep you up to date on your exclusive offers, events and most importantly, your rewards! You can, however, manage which brands you want to hear from via the Preference Centre, which you can access via the link at the bottom of your emails. We’d love to keep you with us, but if you do need to cancel, you can follow the prompts using the Preference Centre. Alternatively contact our Customer Service team by emailing them at [email protected] If you choose to rejoin the program, you can do so with a new email address.

    You will receive a card immediately when you join in any of our five brand’s stores. If you join online, a member card can be picked up in your nearest store from any of our brands. Simply ask one of our team members for assistance. Find your nearest store here. You can also download a digital card via the link in your welcome email. We’re not able to mail out a member card; however, the team in store can issue one the next time you visit. You do not need a card to continue to earn points when shopping online.

    Let our Customer Service team know by contacting them on [email protected] so that we can cancel your existing card. The team in store can then issue a new one on your next visit.

    It is not possible to transfer rewards between accounts. Ideally, you’d earn all your rewards on one account so you can reach your rewards faster. Our customer service helpdesk can check which account has the most rewards on it for you. You can contact Customer Service by sending an email to [email protected] Please note, in line with our terms and conditions, customers are restricted to one CottonOn & Co.

    Perks member account per person.

Perks Terms & Conditions

Being a member of Cotton On & Co. Perks means that we get to spoil you just a bit extra! It doesn’t matter how or where you shop, you’re important to us and perks is our way of saying thanks for shopping with us, both in store and online. Want to know the best part? Cotton On & Co. Perks allows you to reap rewards across five brands – Cotton On, Cotton On Body, Cotton On Kids, Rubi Shoes and Typo. We call that Perks with the Works!

By joining Cotton On & Co. Perks, you agree to these terms and conditions which may be updated from time to time. We reserve the right to modify, refuse or terminate a member’s account (but only if we really had to as we really want you to enjoy all of these extra benefits!). One account valid per person.

How to join

Joining is easy (and free)! You can join online or in store via SMS. To sign up via SMS, all we need is for you to text your first name and email address to 268866 (COTTON).

We also ask you for your date of birth to determine you are over the age of 13 (anyone 13 and under isn’t eligible to join, sorry!) We may also ask for your mobile number, but this is optional information. You can update your details at any time by accessing the Preference Centre, which can be found via a link on the bottom of all emails from Perks and the Cotton On & Co. brands.

Sorry, but team members employed by the Cotton On Group and our VIP members are not eligible to join. This is exclusively for our customers who don’t get to enjoy all the other benefits of working with us.

Your account details

You can update these details at any time by accessing the Preference Centre, which can be found via a link on the bottom of all emails from Cotton On & Co. Perks and the Cotton On & Co. brands. It’s important that you keep these details up to date so that we can contact you about your membership, perks, special offers or entries into competitions! Trust us, you are going to want this info!

Your rewards card

Your rewards card, its membership account and rewards are not transferable (because why would you need to when you get the benefits for yourself to enjoy?) If you complete the sign-up process in store you will receive your card there and then.

If you complete the sign-up process online, just pop into store and present your ID card and we will organise your card for you. You will also receive a digital card in your Welcome email, which can be saved to your Apple or Android wallet or Passbook. For in store purchases, you will just need to present your perks or digital card. For online purchases, simply enter the email address associated with your account at checkout. This is important if you want us to register your purchase, update your spend balance as well as redeem rewards – because you don’t want to miss out right?!

The perks

  • Earn a $5 voucher for every $50 you spend, excluding sale items (this is cumulative so it’s up to you – you can spend $50 once or $10 across five different shops, both in-store or online and you’ll get your reward emailed once you hit $50).
  • You will receive a birthday treat and little surprises throughout the year.
  • You will receive exclusive offers and information about sale previews and new launches.

How it works

Payday Rewards
For every $50 you spend in store or online across all five brands – Cotton On, Cotton On Body, Cotton On Kids, Rubi and Typo (this excludes any items on sale as well as the purchase of gift cards and any shipping costs for online deliveries) and you will receive a $5 shopping reward. These purchases will contribute to your spend balance.

Your spend balance is calculated on a daily basis and if you are eligible for a reward or multiple rewards, you will receive these via email the next day. Rewards will be issued in multiples of $5 and will list the expiry clearly on the individual voucher.

Rewards cannot be earned using other rewards as part of the transaction. For example, if you purchase items using $100 in cash and $10 in rewards, you are only entitled to earning on the $90 of the transaction value.

We will send you an email when you are entitled to a reward. It is important that you don’t unsubscribe to the perks member emails we send you or you won’t be able to know when you are entitled to a reward or your spend balance.

The Cotton On & Co. Perks program is for personal shopping only – sorry businesses & wholesalers, vouchers will only be issued to those we deem to be legitimate personal customers. We reserve the right to reject your Payday voucher/s if we know or suspect that you intend to resell some or all of the products specified in your order as a part of a commercial business.

Redeeming your rewards

Rewards can only be redeemed once and they can only be redeemed at Cotton On Group stores in the USA or online at cottonon.com/US. A minimum spend of $15 must be reached in order to redeem each voucher.

You must present your rewards card, digital card or photo ID at the counter in-store, along with your perks rewards voucher to redeem your reward. To redeem a reward online you must enter your perks email address at checkout or be logged into your account using the same email address as you used for your perks membership.

Multiple rewards may be redeemed in one transaction (however the minimum spend for each reward must be reached first) and promotional codes may be used in conjunction with a reward.

When shopping online, you must reach the free shipping threshold after any perks voucher or discount has been applied. Vouchers cannot be redeemed against shipping costs.

When can’t rewards be redeemed? Rewards cannot be redeemed in conjunction with a Team Member or VIP discount or in selected promotions.

We will not be held responsible or liable if rewards are not able to be redeemed for whatever reason, for example the failure of software or hardware or a card terminal malfunction. But we will of course do our best to get it back on track so you get all the rewards you deserve!

Returns

If you earned rewards points when making your purchase these points will be taken off your balance when making your return. For example, if you purchase an item for $25 and an item for $15 you would have earned 40 points. If you return the $25 item your points balance will be reduced to 15. If you have already been issued a voucher for the purchase your points balance will go into negative.

If you return an item, any perks vouchers earned from that item will be cancelled. If the vouchers have already been used before you return the item, the equivalent amount of points earned from that item will be removed from your perks account (this may result in your perks account balance being in negative).

If you used a voucher when you made your purchase the total amount you paid will have been reduced. The refund will be processed based on the amount paid after any vouchers were applied.The exception is when the returned item is faulty, in which case you will receive a refund for the full amount of the purchase including any vouchers that were used  

If you have used a voucher to purchase multiple items, your voucher will be split across the items purchased, therefore any returns will have the value adjusted accordingly.

The voucher you used will be forfeit and our in store teams are unable to reinstate points on your membership at the time of the return. However, if you would like these points to go towards your next voucher please contact our customer service team via [email protected]

If you choose not to contact our customer service team the points will not be added to your account and a new voucher will not be issued.

Exchanges

If you have purchased an item using a Payday voucher and you would like to exchange it for another item, the exchange will be issued for the full value of item, regardless of whether a Perks voucher has been used in the transaction.

Gift Cards

Unfortunately you won’t earn points when purchasing a gift card, but you will earn points when you pay using a gift card. Your perks vouchers can’t be redeemed for gift cards or cash either.

Your personal details

We collect your details for the purpose of facilitating the Cotton On & Co. Perks Loyalty Program. By joining you agree to all of our brands contacting you via email with marketing information and information about rewards, other products or special offers. Your personal information will be handled according to our Privacy Policy.

To maintain your membership

You must have made a minimum purchase of $1 within a 24 month period to maintain a valid membership. It’s our job to make this easy for you!

If you want to end your membership

You can end your membership at any time by contacting our Customer Service team on +1 844 319 5970 and by email to [email protected] or via the Preference Centre.

Perks Terms & Conditions

Being a member of Cotton On & Co. Perks means that we get to spoil you just a bit extra! It doesn’t matter how or where you shop, you’re important to us and perks is our way of saying thanks for shopping with us, both in store and online. Want to know the best part? Cotton On & Co. Perks allows you to reap rewards across five brands – Cotton On, Cotton On Body, Cotton On Kids, Rubi Shoes and Typo. We call that Perks with the Works!

By joining Cotton On & Co. Perks, you agree to these terms and conditions which may be updated from time to time. We reserve the right to modify, refuse or terminate a member’s account (but only if we really had to as we really want you to enjoy all of these extra benefits!). One account valid per person.

How to join

Joining is easy (and free)! You can join in store or online. All we need is your name and email address.We might also ask you for your date of birth and mobile number, but this is optional information. You can update these details at any time by accessing the Preference Centre, which can be found via a link on the bottom of all emails from Perks and the Cotton On & Co brands.

Sorry, but team members employed by the Cotton On Group and our VIP members are not eligible to join. This is exclusively for our customers who don’t get to enjoy all the other benefits of working with us.

Your account details

You can update these details at any time by accessing the Preference Centre, which can be found via a link on the bottom of all emails from Cotton On & Co. Perks and the Cotton On & Co. brands. It’s important that you keep these details up to date so that we can contact you about your membership, perks, special offers or entries into competitions! Trust us, you are going to want this info!

Your rewards card

Your rewards card, its membership account and rewards are not transferable (because why would you need to when you get the benefits for yourself to enjoy?) If you complete the sign-up process in store you will receive your card there and then. If you complete the sign-up process online, just pop in to store and present your ID card and we will organise your card for you. For in store purchases, you will just need to present your perks card. For online purchases, simply enter the email address associated with your account at checkout. This is important if you want us to register your purchase, update your spend balance as well as redeem rewards – because you don’t want to miss out right?!

The perks

  • Earn a RM15 voucher for every RM150 you spend, excluding sale items (this is cumulative so it’s up to you – you can spend RM150 once or RM30 across five different shops, both in-store or online and you’ll get your voucher emailed once you hit RM150).
  • You will receive a birthday treat and little surprises throughout the year.
  • You will receive exclusive offers and information about sale previews and new launches.

How it works

Payday Vouchers
For every RM150 you spend in store or online across all five brands – Cotton On, Cotton On Body, Cotton On Kids, Rubi and Typo (this excludes any items on sale as well as the purchase of gift cards and any shipping costs for online deliveries) you will receive a RM15 shopping reward. These purchases will contribute to your spend balance.

Your spend balance is calculated on a daily basis and if you are eligible for a reward or multiple rewards, you will receive these via email the next day. Rewards will be issued in multiples of RM15 and will list the expiry date clearly on the individual voucher.

Rewards cannot be earned using other rewards as part of the transaction. For example, if you purchase items using RM300 in cash and RM30 in rewards, you are only entitled to earning on the RM270 of the transaction value. We will send you an email when you are entitled to a reward. It is important that you don’t unsubscribe to the perks member emails we send you or you won’t be able to know when you are entitled to a reward or your spend balance.

The Cotton On & Co. Perks program is for personal shopping only – sorry businesses & wholesalers, vouchers will only be issued to those we deem to be legitimate personal customers. We reserve the right to reject your Payday voucher/s if we know or suspect that you intend to resell some or all of the products specified in your order as a part of a commercial business.

Redeeming your rewards

Rewards can only be redeemed once and they can only be redeemed at Cotton On Group stores in Malaysia or online at cottonon.com/MY. A minimum spend of RM45 must be reached in order to redeem each voucher.

You must present your rewards card or photo ID at the counter in-store, along with your perks voucher to redeem your reward. To redeem a reward online you must enter your perks email address at checkout or be logged into your account using the same email address as you used for your perks membership.

Multiple rewards may be redeemed in one transaction (however the minimum spend for each reward must be reached first) and promotional codes may be used in conjunction with a reward. Cotton On & Co. Perks rewards vouchers will be applied before other promotions. This may mean your basket value is altered before other promotions are applied.

When shopping online, you must reach the free shipping threshold after any perks voucher or discount has been applied. Vouchers cannot be redeemed against shipping costs.

When can’t rewards be redeemed? Rewards cannot be redeemed in conjunction with a Team Member or VIP discount or in selected promotions.

We will not be held responsible or liable if rewards are not able to be redeemed for whatever reason, for example the failure of software or hardware or an EFTPOS malfunction. But we will of course do our best to get it back on track so you get all the rewards you deserve!

Returns

If you earned rewards points when making your purchase these points will be taken off your balance when making your return. For example, if you purchase an item for RM75 and an item for RM45 you would have earned 40 points. If you return the RM75 item your points balance will be reduced to 15. If you have already been issued a voucher for the purchase your points balance will go into negative.

If you return an item, any perks vouchers earned from that item will be cancelled. If the vouchers have already been used before you return the item, the equivalent amount of points earned from that item will be removed from your perks account (this may result in your perks account balance being in negative).

If you used a voucher when you made your purchase the total amount you paid will have been reduced. The refund will be processed based on the amount paid after any vouchers were applied. The exception is when the returned item is faulty, in which case you will receive a refund for the full amount of the purchase including any vouchers that were used  

If you have used a voucher to purchase multiple items, your voucher will be split across the items purchased, therefore any returns will have the value adjusted accordingly.

The voucher you used will be forfeit and our in store teams are unable to reinstate points on your membership at the time of the return. However, if you would like these points to go towards your next voucher please contact our customer service team via [email protected]

If you choose not to contact our customer service team the points will not be added to your account and a new voucher will not be issued. 

Exchanges

If you have purchased an item using a Payday voucher and you would like to exchange it for another item, the exchange will be issued for the full value of item, regardless of whether a Perks voucher has been used in the transaction.

Gift Cards

Unfortunately you won’t earn points when purchasing a gift card, but you will earn points when you pay using a gift card. Your perks vouchers can’t be redeemed for gift cards or cash either.

Your personal details

We collect your details for the purpose of facilitating the Cotton On & Co. Perks Rewards Program. By joining you agree to us contacting you via email or SMS with marketing information and information about rewards, other products or special offers. Your personal information will be handled according to our Privacy Policy.

To maintain your membership

You must have made a minimum purchase of RM1 within a 24 month period to maintain a valid membership. It’s our job to make this easy for you!

If you want to end your membership

You can end your membership at any time by contacting our Customer Service team on 1800 816 086 and by email to [email protected] or via the Preference Centre.

Group’s Australian customers are already reaping the rewards of CottonOn & Co. Perks.

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The CottonOn & Co. Perks rewards program officially launched in the Australian market on March 27 and was met by an outstanding response from customers, with 250 thousand members signing up in the first seven days!

Perks was globally launched in New Zealand in November 2017, where an overwhelmingly positive response led the way for the program to be rolled out in RSA, Asia and here in Australia before then heading to USA where it will be offered from April 26.

The CottonOn & Co. Perks rewards program was truly designed with the customers’ experience at the forefront, aiming to deliver core benefits that are both appealing and easily attainable for Cotton On Group’s (the Group) regular customers. As a result, the multi-brand program allows members to earn and redeem rewards across our seven brands – Cotton On, Cotton On BODY, Cotton On KIDS, Supré, Rubi, Typo, and Factorie.

Customers who sign up to the program find much to love from day one, including a $10 Welcome voucher; the ability to earn unlimited $10 Perks Payday vouchers for every $100 spent across our seven brands, in-store and online, over 12 months; perks for their birthday; and sneak peeks of upcoming promotions and range releases.

General Manager, E-commerce, Brendan Sweeney said that when designing perks it was really important to avoid any unnecessary exclusions, terms and conditions, explaining “We want it to be as customer friendly as possible so no minimum spend is required, and unlike many similar programs sales and clearance items also earn points”.

The Group’s first ever rewards program was designed with two key objectives in mind: to be able to thank and reward customers for choosing to shop with us; and to develop a well-rounded understanding of our customers as individuals to ensure we can deliver great products and experiences that exceed their expectations.

Perks will provide an exceptional tool for gathering additional insights into how customers are choosing to shop, then using these insights to evolve the Group’s offers to deliver exceptional experiences. At the same time, it allows for a much more targeted approach in customising and enhancing the customers shopping journey by articulating who they are and where they shop, at a brand and store level.

The perks launch coincided with the amalgamation of the Group’s Australian e-commerce sites, with the Supré and Factorie labels joining the CottonOn & Co. platform on March 24, giving customers one-stop access to the entire stable of seven brands at one online destination. By providing a more accessible shopping experience which enables customers to easily fill a basket and receive free shipping while earning rewards across brands, the move supports the Group’s ambition to deliver the best and most convenient omnichannel experience for our customers.

With more than 486 thousand active members signed up to perks here in Australia and nearly 600 thousand Payday vouchers issued, it’s safe to say Cotton On Group customers are already reaping the rewards of perks.

You can sign up to become a CottonOn & Co. Perks rewards member and check out the new CottonOn and Co. website here.

Cotton On & Co Perks; Free to join, but is it worth the hassle?

With the excitement of the Olympic Games and that sense of Aussie pride running rampant, I thought I’d delve into the rewards program of another Australian success story – Cotton On.

Started out of the back of a car in the late 1980s, the company now owns a variety of lifestyle brands and operates in 20 nations across the globe.

Although Cotton On Group is one of Australia’s largest retailers, the Cotton On & Co. Perks program yields mixed results.

Multiple brands, free to join

The Perks program is free to join, and customers may sign-up online or in-store by providing a name and email address.

Members receive a physical Cotton On & Co. Perks card to scan at any of the Group’s brands. The card is not posted if sign-up occurs online, instead, a member can pick up the card in-store. Alternatively, members can use a digital card after downloading and signing into the Cotton On app.

The easy join process gives customers some free perks from the get-go. However, if customers don’t immediately see value in the program, they may not want to give up the extra app or wallet space.

So, is there any value?

Promoted benefits

Members earn points for online and in-store purchases at any of the Cotton On Group brands. We’re talking about Cotton On, Cotton On Kids, Cotton On Body, Rubi, Typo, Factorie and Supre. Quite a range.

$1 spent = 1 point (excludes sale items, donations and buying gift cards)

100 points = $10 reward (in the form of a Perks Payday Voucher). A return to members of 10%, to be used for future purchases. Not bad.

Members may view their points balance by logging in online, looking at emails from Cotton On & Co or by downloading the app.

The program also claims to give “surprise” birthday rewards, early access to sales, member exclusives, and information about sale previews and new launches from the Cotton On & Co brands.

This all seems great so far. Although like The North Face XPLR Pass, there are several strange aspects of the program that sway my evaluation.

Unpromoted drawbacks

The Perks program is only for Australian store purchases, which isn’t a big deal for most.

Members cannot see how many points they’ve earned when they shop online. Instead, points are added to your account after the order has been dispatched from the warehouse. For in-store purchases, points are calculated at the end of each day. Therefore, members will not receive their Payday Voucher until the next day, if eligible.

There is a minimum spend of $20 before redeeming each Payday Voucher. Multiple Payday vouchers can be used in a single transaction, but the minimum spend for each voucher must still be met. For example, a member who would like to use 2 Payday Vouchers at once must spend at least $40.

The Payday Vouchers expire after 45 days. A quick turnaround.

A major issue I found was that some of the information regarding the program was inconsistent across the different brand website pages and the Cotton On app. Sometimes particular sources would display seemingly contradictory information, whilst other times a source provided extra program information in comparison to other sources. 

The verdict? No harm in joining

The foundations of a good rewards program design are there, and the value for customers looks great until you delve a little deeper. By promoting the surface-level benefits of the program and leaving the finer details in the T&Cs, customers may be left disappointed when they realise the program does not provide as much value as they had first been led to believe.

Cotton On Group are attempting to incentivise regular purchases across their brands, and you can’t blame them. The program may induce members to think twice about where to buy clothing or stationery if they have a reward voucher that is about to expire.

I know I’m not their main target, but there’s not much chance I’d be shopping for clothing or stationery every 6 weeks, let alone shopping at Cotton On every 6 weeks to make use of the relatively minimal savings. I am however looking forward to my birthday surprise.

In summary, could be better, could be worse. I don’t believe many members will use the Payday Vouchers regularly, but hey, it’s a relatively hassle-free sign up and there’s no harm in joining.

Hunter Murray is a Loyalty Account Executive at Loyalty & Reward Co, Australia’s leading loyalty consulting agency. He has worked in several roles across the financial services, strategy consulting, and customer service industries. As a Loyalty Account Executive, Hunter applies his skills across all aspects of the business, including loyalty program design, member engagement and client management, and underpins the implementation and operation across a range of B2C and B2B projects.

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【How-to】Delete cotton on account – Howto.

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How do I delete my cotton on account?

Delete your Account by Sending Email

  1. Now compose an email and enter the email address [email protected]
  2. On Subject Type “Request To Delete My Cotton On Account”.
  3. Now write an email regarding deleting your account sample given here.

How do I unsubscribe from perks cotton?

You can click the ‘unsubscribe’ link at the bottom of any emails you receive. You can also contact our customer service team to ask to be removed from the program by choosing the send us an email link below.

How do I unsubscribe from perks?

You can unsubscribe to our emails by logging into your account. Once logged in, hover in the top right corner icon in the top navigation bar and then click on “Email Settings”, enter your password (if requested) and scroll to the bottom of the page where you’ll see a button labelled ‘Unsubscribe’.

How do I change my perks email?

If you wish to change your email address that is linked to your Cotton On & Co. Perks account, you will need to create a new account with your new email address and then contact Customer Service via chat clearly stating your new and old email address to have these accounts merged.

Can I cancel my cotton on order?

We work to get your order to you as quickly as possible, so once your order is placed it’s not usually possible to make any changes. If you’re able to call us immediately sometimes we’re still able to update your address or cancel an order if it’s not yet on its way to you.

How do I check my cotton on balance?

Your perks points balance is located in the top right-hand corner of the website by selecting Your Perks from the drop-down menu. All purchases made in-store are calculated at the end of each day, so any points & rewards you are eligible for are sent the next day via email.

Can you use a Supre gift card at Cotton On?

Gift cards can be redeemed ONLINE & IN STORE at any Cotton On, Cotton On Kids, Cotton On Body, Rubi, Typo, Factorie & Supre’. Plus they never expire, ever! This card can only be redeemed in the country of purchase, and is only valid in the currency of the country of purchase.

Does Cotton On have a birthday discount?

$10 Payday Vouchers will be issued once you reach $100 spend across our seven brands. You will also receive a Birthday surprise for your birthday if you have specified your date of birth.

Can I add cotton on perks to Apple wallet?

You will receive a link to download your digital card in your Welcome email when you sign up to the Cotton On & Co. Perks program. Simply, click the link in the email to save your card and open in your Android or Apple Wallet. You can then scan in store to earn points!

How long do cotton on gift cards last for?

Cotton On Group gift cards do not expire. Gift cards are partially redeemable, any balance left unredeemed on the card will not be refunded or credited.

Can you use a cotton on gift card online?

Yes, gift cards with pin numbers that were purchased in Australia from Cotton On Group stores are now valid for use online and in store. To redeem your gift card online you will need to enter your gift card number and pin at checkout.

How do you use a cotton on voucher?

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90,000 Uzbek cotton for the EU at a preferential price: child labor does not count | World Events – Estimates and Forecasts from Germany and Europe | DW

The Council of the European Union on January 31, according to the human rights organization “Association for Human Rights in Central Asia”, approved the signing of the protocol of a partnership and cooperation agreement between the European Union and Uzbekistan. The head of the Association, Nadezhda Atayeva, told Deutsche Welle that the EU decision was made a few days after the visit of Uzbek President Islam Karimov to Brussels.”Within the framework of this agreement, cooperation in the field of textile trade is foreseen. We, of course, expressed our indignation, because the signing of this protocol means that the sale of Uzbek textiles will be encouraged by tax and customs privileges, raw materials and cotton products will have unhindered access to European markets. ” , – said the human rights activist.

Atayeva stressed that all this is happening at a time when many well-known companies in Europe have declared a boycott of Uzbek cotton just because the practice of exploiting children during the harvest continues in Uzbekistan.“I perceive this step as hypocrisy on the part of the European Union, because, on the one hand, Barroso ( President of the European Commission – Ed. ) allegedly called on Karimov to provide an opportunity for international organizations to conduct monitoring during the cotton season. in a few days such an agreement is signed, “says Atayeva.

It turns out that for the EU, Uzbekistan is still better than Belarus?

The harvest of cotton picked by children’s hands

There is a system of preferences in the European Union that provides customs privileges when importing goods into the EU for developing countries.According to the head of another human rights organization, the Uzbek-German Forum for Human Rights, Umida Niyazova, about 77 countries are included in the list of countries receiving subsidies, including Uzbekistan. Thus, a European company that directly buys cotton from Uzbekistan and brings it to Europe can benefit from the benefits. “But the documents indicate that in countries that enjoy customs privileges, human rights must be respected, in particular, the rights of independent trade unions. Several years ago, Belarus was excluded from this list for violating the rights of independent trade unions, and Burma for forced labor,” – says Niyazova.But for Uzbekistan, the system of preferences still exists. “We are raising the issue that the European Union is obliged to exclude Uzbekistan from this list,” the human rights activist said.

Uzbek cotton on the European market

Now in the EU countries there are many commercial structures that buy in Uzbekistan both raw cotton and cotton products. “But the employees of these companies are children or relatives of high-ranking officials. They will now have benefits,” Nadezhda Atayeva is convinced.

There are few European companies that directly buy Uzbek cotton; moreover, they buy a small amount of cotton. “Nevertheless, Uzbek cotton still“ settles ”in European stores, because the main buyers of cotton are firms from Bangladesh, Iran, China, Turkey. From this cotton they sew clothes that go to the European market,” says Umida Niyazova …

In 2010, the situation with the use of child labor in Uzbekistan did not change

Children picking cotton

According to the Uzbek-German Forum for Human Rights, which in 2010 monitored the situation with the use of child labor and forced mobilization for picking cotton, there were no significant changes.”The state initially relies on bonded labor and sets low, unfair wages for picking cotton,” Umida Niyazova is sure.

According to the human rights activist, in 2010, just like 10 years ago, students and schoolchildren employees of budgetary organizations were forced to pick cotton. “True, some differences are visible. For example, last year there was a directive: to pick cotton as quickly as possible. The period of stay of students and schoolchildren in the cotton fields was reduced to 1. 5-2 months.At the same time, adult coercion has intensified. Even before the cotton picking began, they had to pay about $ 100-150 if they didn’t go to the fields, “Niyazova said.

Human rights defenders against benefits for Uzbekistan

that the document, according to which the sale of Uzbek textiles will be encouraged by tax and customs benefits, will not be signed. “Now it has been sent to the European Parliament, and we hope that our voice will be heeded.Those who prepared this agreement were looking for incentives for the development of bilateral cooperation between the EU and Uzbekistan after the lifting of sanctions, and so casually they found a pretext. But the very fact of Karimov’s arrival in Brussels and the results of this visit are a serious signal for the Uzbek authorities that all the crimes they commit against their citizens remain unpunished and are to some extent encouraged by EU officials, “Atayeva said.

Author: Natalia Pozdnyakova
Editor: Mikhail Bushuev

90,000 A record cotton harvest is expected in Uzbekistan – Rossiyskaya Gazeta

Half of the current harvest will be bought from farmers by the state at 360 thousand soums per ton, which is almost a quarter more expensive than last year’s level. The other half will be put up for free sale, including on foreign exchanges.

Large consignments of Uzbek cotton will be exhibited at the auctions of the upcoming Tashkent annual cotton fair in the second half of October, as well as at last year’s exhibition. Moreover, there will be an opportunity, as in 2005, to conclude long-term (5-8-year) contracts with producers of raw cotton or fiber.

Annually 7-8 million tons of cotton fiber are exported in the world on average.Uzbekistan now ranks sixth in the world in production and second in cotton fiber export, behind only the second indicator of the United States. The harvested raw cotton is exported to China (27-30 percent), Russia (20-25 percent), Ukraine, Belarus, the Baltic countries, Iran, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Hong Kong, South Korea.

Specialists of the State Statistics Committee of Uzbekistan believe that one of the reasons for the growth of the foreign trade component of cotton exports is the favorable conjuncture of world prices. Plus, this year the developed countries-members of the OECD and the WTO will cancel or are already canceling direct and indirect subsidies for cotton and cotton products, which also leads to an increase in the cost of this raw material.

As reported by RBG and SOYUZ, the Russian-Belarusian-Uzbek program for the development of cotton growing and cotton processing will be finalized in the near future. It provides, in particular, the introduction in the Lower Volga region of the most productive varieties of cotton based on Uzbek seeds.

The entry of Uzbekistan into the EurAsEC presupposes preferential prices for mutual supplies of goods and services and a reduction in transport tariffs, which is beneficial to Russia, which is interested in greater imports of Uzbek cotton.Analysts believe that by 2007 the average annual production of cottonseeds in the Lower Volga with the help of Uzbek selection supplies will reach 400 tons against the current 300 tons.

In Uzbekistan, by the end of 2006, about 200 textile enterprises were modernized, due to which 25-28 percent of the cotton grown in the country is processed in Uzbekistan itself – against 13-15 percent since the 1880s (that is, since the time of the Russian protectorate over the Bukhara Emirate and the Khiva Khanate ) until the end of the 20th century. In the next 5-7 years, this figure is planned to be increased to 50-55 percent.

Modern Central Asian cotton growing is developing not due to the “virgin-extensive” expansion of desert and steppe lands as before, but due to the creation of highly productive varieties and their timely introduction in accordance with soil and climatic conditions, increasing yields based on the necessary agrotechnical requirements, more attention is paid to harvesting selected seeds.

The most highly productive and resistant to climatic excesses varieties actively introduced throughout Central Asia are Bukhoro-6, Bukhoro-8, Namangan-77, S-6524, Okdare-6, An -Fight-2 “.By the way, “Bukhoro-6” was awarded a gold medal at the Liverpool Cotton Exchange, and its fiber was accepted as the world standard. According to the available information, some of these varieties will most likely be sown in the Lower Volga.

TN VED code 12072

. Cotton seeds, other, crushed or not crushed. Commodity nomenclature of foreign economic activity of the EAEU

TN VED position
  • 06-14

    II. Vegetable products (Groups 06-14)

  • 12

    Oil seeds and fruits; other seeds, fruits and grains; medicinal plants and plants for technical purposes; straw and fodder

  • 1207…

    Seeds and fruits of other oilseeds, whether or not crushed

  • 1207 2…

    cotton seeds

  • 1207 29000 0

    others


OKPD position 2
Customs fees Import
Base rate of customs duty 5%
resol. 54
Excise Is not a subject to a tax
VAT

Exemption and benefits

Seeds and fruits of other oilseeds…. (VAT Foodstuffs):

Resolution 908 of December 31, 2004 of the Government of the Russian Federation

20% – shea nuts

10% – other, for use in food and feed purposes (including those intended for certification tests, inspections, experiments)

20% – other

Export
Base rate of customs duty Duty free
Excise Is not a subject to a tax

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90,000 Dubai Cotton Center (UAE) took part in the exhibition in Uzbekistan

The Dubai Cotton Center (UAE) took part in the exhibition in Uzbekistan

In order to strengthen the position of Dubai (UAE) in the cotton trading sector in the Middle East, Dubai Cotton Center (DCC) has launched a campaign to attract new members, offering its future potential partners a new package of benefits.

Dubai, UAE. DCC members, a division of the Dubai Multi Commodities Center (DMCC), will benefit from access to real-time price quotas, interactive bidding and free use of Jebel Ali Port warehouse facilities for 30 days … The announcement of the new package of benefits was made at the fifth international cotton exhibition, held on October 14-15 this year in Tashkent (Uzbekistan), where DCC was invited to participate by the Ministry of Foreign Economic Relations, Investments and Trade of Uzbekistan.With DCC membership, cotton traders will benefit from a richer exchange of information and easier access to Central Asian cotton. “The strategic efforts of DMCC in the field of cotton sales are aimed at strengthening the position of Dubai as a center for trade in agricultural products and goods,” he stressed. O. DMCC Chairman Ahmed bin Sulayem, “Dubai’s geographic location, well-developed infrastructure and excellent trade relations will enable us to transform the emirate into a key link between Central Asia and the leading cotton centers in the Asian region. ““We are very pleased to offer a new package of preferential offers to our current and future partners, which, in my opinion, will help them establish new business ties and facilitate access to cotton from the Central Asian region,” said Ashok Das, Executive Director of DMCC ), “In addition, DCC continues to work on long-term contracts with cotton exporters from various regions of the world in order to diversify its portfolio and provide a wider selection of products to its members at favorable prices.”

90,000 Dry-cleaner of cotton carpets 💭 with export to St. Petersburg. Cleaning of cotton carpets
Cotton
CO is a vegetable fiber that covers cotton seeds. It contains 95% cellulose, 5% fat and mineral impurities.

After the cotton bolls have opened, the raw cotton is harvested by hand or machine and delivered to the ginnery.Etched and purified from impurities CO is pressed into bales and sent to spinning mills.

Cotton yarn is obtained from cotton. Fiber is also used in the manufacture of explosives. Industrial waste when cleaning raw cotton is used in the production of artificial thread, ethyl and methyl alcohol, paper, cotton wool, films, waterproof varnishes, etc.

Historical fact

Despite the fact that cotton has been known since ancient times in Mexico and Egypt, it is India that is recognized as the official homeland of the fiber.The culture began to be grown 7000 years ago in the Indus Valley. Copper beads with cotton threads found during archaeological excavations are proof of this.

At the end of the Middle Ages, cotton became known in northern Europe, but only as an import item.

After British colonization, production of CO in the West Indies fell sharply and, as a result, India was forced to buy finished cotton products in England.

After the industrial revolution, at the end of the 18th century, there was a sharp leap in the development of the cotton industry in England, and the city of Manchester became the center of the world cotton trade.

In the middle of the 19th century, the USA was the leading country in the export of CO . Today the largest cotton producers are India, USA, China, Pakistan, Uzbekistan, Brazil, Turkey, Turkmenistan.

Application in carpets

CO is actively used in the production of carpets. Cotton carpets come in both pile and lint-free, i.e. with horizontal fiber orientation. Pile CO coverings are made by the woven or tufted method.

In many natural carpets, cotton fiber is used for the production of a backing, which influences the choice of the method of dry cleaning of the product. Quite often, CO fringes are found on carpets, which require delicate care and certain processing methods.

Egypt, India, Turkey and Pakistan are the main producing countries for cotton carpets. According to international standards, such carpets are labeled with the abbreviation CO cotton. On imported products, you can also find a number of cotton designations in foreign languages.

  • cotton CO generally accepted international designation ;
  • coton French cotton ;
  • pamuk Turkish cotton ;
  • القطن Arabic cotton ;
  • कपास Indian cotton
  • 棉花 Chinese cotton .

Special features

Cotton carpets are characterized by the highest hygroscopic properties.At a certain humidity and ambient temperature, cotton fiber absorbs moisture rather quickly and slowly gives it back. CO the products are environmentally friendly, pleasant to the touch, hypoallergenic, and also have high thermal conductivity.

Quite often, the dye is applied to the finished product, therefore, such cotton carpets are highly susceptible to shedding, i.e. stripping off the dye. As a rule, this applies to coatings of poor quality. The composition of cotton has a very high cellulose content of 95%, which is why when moisture gets on the surface of the carpet, tannin stains and streaks are formed.If the cotton was not initially etched with special compounds, then complete browning of the pile may be observed. Due to the difference in temperature and humidity, as well as the tendency of the fiber to “shrink”, there is a possibility of a change in the geometry of the product. Of the shortcomings of CO carpets, one should note their high cost, as well as fragility and excessive creasing.

Cotton Care Tips

In view of the above features of cotton carpets, “Factory of Dry Cleaning No. 1” recommends:

  • systematically carry out dry vacuum cleaning with a vacuum cleaner;
  • protect the product from moisture;
  • in the event of any kind of light contamination, promptly remove them with a dry or slightly damp cloth;
  • under no circumstances should be cleaned with soapy water solutions;
  • Do not allow handicraft cleaning with washing vacuum cleaners and extractor machines;
  • Dry-cleaning of cotton carpets must be done only in the conditions of the Factory with specialized equipment and reagents.

Dry cleaning methods

Dry cleaning of cotton carpets at the “Factory of Dry Cleaning No. 1” is carried out in accordance with GOST R 51108-97 Household services. Dry cleaning. General specifications, and other regulatory documents. Cleaning steps:

  1. ① Distribution by manufacturing methods and types of contamination.
  2. ② Initial vacuum cleaning.
  3. ③ Soaking the product in an environment of organic solvents with the addition of disinfectants and, if necessary, deodorant preparations (only for needle-stitched carpets) on a plane for the purpose of constant visual control.
  4. ④ Delicate two-sided manual cleaning, taking into account the direction of the pile.
  5. ⑤ Topical stain remover with individually selected preparations.
  6. ⑥ Removal of waste solution by centrifugation or extraction.
  7. ⑦ Ventilation (up to 60 hours), ozonation and quartzization of the product in a special drying chamber.
  8. ⑧ Raising the product by hand or by a steam generator.
  9. ⑨ Packaging of clean carpet products in polyethylene.

Efficiency of dry cleaning of cotton carpets

The result of dry cleaning of cotton carpets depends on the method of processing the yarn and dyeing the product.

The cleanability of CO fibers is between 50% and 70%. The crystal lattice of cotton is the widest in the line of cellulosic materials. Therefore, a pollutant, especially a natural dye, penetrates very quickly into the fiber structure and is not always amenable to removal. Specialists can give a guarantee for the removal of tannin stains and streaks only after a preliminary test on a cotton product.It is practically impossible to eliminate such operational defects as trampling, burns from urine, chemicals, drugs and vomit. The processing of the product should be carried out only in a specialized factory and professional equipment.

“Factory of Dry Cleaning No. 1” gives a 100% guarantee to eliminate unpleasant odors from urine, vomit, rot, tobacco smoke, burning and soot.

In the Guarantee section, you can see the detailed hatchability table for cotton carpets.You can find out the cost of dry cleaning of a cotton carpet in the Prices section.

For detailed advice and ordering, call the factory’s multi-channel number.

Official website of the President of the Kyrgyz Republic

“We are now paying great attention to supporting the processing of agricultural products, long-term preferential loans are available to farmers. Therefore, along with this, we must not only sell cotton, but ensure its complete processing and further production of products, ”stressed the President of the Kyrgyz Republic Sooronbai Jeenbekov today, September 10, during his acquaintance with the activities of the Oomat Agro production and seed production cooperative in Kara- Suisk district.

The head of state examined the base of the cooperative and the cotton field. In a conversation with local farmers, Sooronbai Jeenbekov noted with gratitude their work, paid special attention to the issue of increasing the cotton crop.

The President stressed that with the planned development of light industry and the construction of new textile factories in the regions, the demand for cotton will increase. Taking this into account, farmers also need to increase the volume of cotton sown to meet the needs of the domestic light industry.In this regard, the Ministry of Agriculture, Food Industry and Land Reclamation and local authorities are recommended to carry out purposeful work in this direction.

The head of state stated that at one time the Kara-Suu region had a great cotton potential and once again drew the attention of financial institutions, especially Aiyl Bank OJSC, to the need to provide support to farmers and peasants.

Head Rustam Tadjibayev informed that the cooperative grows vegetables, melons, root and tuber crops, and also produces high-quality cotton and wheat seeds, which it supplies to farmers of the Kara-Suu region.

The seed-growing cooperative was allocated 121 hectares of irrigated land, and concessional funds were provided by OJSC “Aiyl Bank” for the expansion of activities.

President Sooronbai Jeenbekov emphasized that in order to support rural producers in the regions, the volume of subsidized funds allocated will continue to increase, since the agricultural sector is a vital part of the domestic economy, which is based on farmers and agricultural cooperatives.

Let’s remind that regional development, the main component of which is the agricultural sector, is defined as a priority direction of state policy.

The President of the Kyrgyz Republic in his activities pays special attention to this issue.

90,000 Chapter 50. Features of taxation of newly created enterprises engaged in the full cycle of processing cotton fiber into final products (from cotton yarn to cotton garments)

Chapter 50.Features of taxation of newly created enterprises engaged in the full cycle of processing cotton fiber into final products (from cotton yarn to cotton garments) 90 223

Article 344. Features of taxation of newly created enterprises –

tii engaged in a full cycle of processing cotton-fiber –

for final products (from cotton yarn to cotton –

chat-paper garments)

1.Import of goods directly for their own needs was re-created these enterprises engaged in the full cycle of cotton processing loks into final products (from cotton yarn to cotton garments) (hereinafter – “newly created enterprises”), exempts- Xia from customs duty and value added tax.

In cases of deliveries by newly established enterprises of imported goods to the domestic market of the Republic of Tajikistan such operations are are taxed by customs duty, VAT property and other taxes in the generally established Customs Code of the Republic the public of Tajikistan and the Tax Code of the Republic of Tajikistan ke.

2. Export of goods produced by newly created enterprises, exempt from value added tax.

3. Newly created enterprises are exempt from income tax legal entities, minimum corporate income tax, tax on real estate and land tax.

4. When newly created enterprises have tax obligations liabilities for other taxes, such tax liabilities are subject to implementation in accordance with the Tax and Customs Codes of the Republic Tajikistan.

5. Tax incentives provided for in parts 1, 2 and 3 of this articles provided by the decision of the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan tan for a period of up to 12 years starting from January 1 of the year of the state register walkie-talkies of newly created enterprises.

6. If the newly created enterprise does not start creating the next the next processing cycle within 24 full calendar months after le commissioning of the previous cycle of processing cotton fiber in final products provided for by this article tax incentives and the amounts of tax benefits received again cease to be valid created by the enterprise from the moment of its state registration to the moment of termination of these benefits, are subject to accrual at rates valid who were in the period of receiving tax benefits and collection to the budget.At this, the creation of the next cycle of processing should be carried out in terms justified by technical and economic calculations and international practice. About the beginning of work for each cycle and commissioning of each during the next processing cycle, the newly created enterprise informs in writing the authorized state body and the Ministry of Finance of the Republic public Tajikistan for special (separate) accounting for the purpose of semi- the benefits established by this article.

7. To receive the benefits provided for in this article, again established enterprises after state registration with the authorities in accordance with the procedure established by law are subject to special (separate) accounting in the authorized state body and the Minis- finance of the Republic of Tajikistan in the manner prescribed by these government agencies.

8. Unless otherwise provided by this article, in relation to newly created enterprises, all the provisions established by the legislation of the Republic of Tajikistan.

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