MILLNet™ Software enables mill staff to select the right cotton.
When not on-site at your mill, our EFS
available for technical support via e-mail, phone, or
Staff are located in the company
headquarters in Cary, North Carolina as well as in
the Mexico City and Hong Kong offices.
In addition to enjoying cost reductions, mill managers in a
2014 case study reported that they found more time to
focus on other technical challenges.
In a 2016 case study, the mill was
projected to save 787,000 US
dollars by opening up their entire
inventory for mix selection rather
than being forced to keep
separate inventories for ring and
open-end yarns. They also cut
cost from the reduced necessity
to carry a large on-hand inventory.
Mr. Thaweeporn Theeratattanon
Jordi Ayguasenosa López
Quality Assurance Manager
Our success is in our customers. We take pride in the
success of the mills in our EFS
family, and encourage
you to consult with any EFS
licensees in your market
to get their first-hand experiences using MILLNet™ to
spin their cotton to its maximum value.
licensees reap the benefits of having their end
products promoted in the online EFS
directory, various trade media, and at Cotton
Incorporated-sponsored industry conferences.
EFS® licensees enjoy priority access to Cotton
Incorporated technical and marketing information
(Detail on technical info includes:)
+ Fiber Quality, Fiber Processing, and Fiber Economics
+ Knitting, Weaving and Finishing / Dying
+ Fashion and Trend Forecasting
+ Consumer and Market Research
The step-by-step MILLNet™ Standard Operating
Procedures for bale logistics and contract management
features allow tracking of incoming cotton against contract
terms, simplified bale pricing, and overall cost control.
MILLNet™ Software removes the guesswork and time-consuming calculations
involved with cotton handling and processing, and allows mill managers to
focus on making informed decisions and streamlining processes.
Management tools and reporting features are available to all
+ General Director - Overall snapshot of mill operations
+ Cotton Buyer - Tools that assist with:
- Optimizing purchase requirements
- Knowing what you have
- Knowing what you need
- Compare actual receipts versus contract terms
+ QC and/or Spinning Manager - Variety of analytical tools to evaluate
and track quality
+ Warehouse Manager - Inventory reports to streamline mill logistics
+ IT and/or Accounting Manager - Various cost and consumption reports
MILLNet™ Software allows mill staff to control cotton fiber HVI properties,
and creates uniform mixes that minimize laydown variation.
MILLNet™ laydown control chart illustrates
the correlation with real world quality.
MILLNet™ Software assists mill managers in
finding a quality “sweet spot” for their end
products via laydown control charts to prevent
underspinning and overspinning.
MILLNet™ Software assists mill managers
in preventing overspinning by ensuring
that premium cotton (such as long
staple) is used to produce yarn with
higher raw material requirements.
Raw materials account for a large portion of input costs at a cotton spinning
mill, so it is critical to minimize this cost by streamlining logistics and
optimizing cotton processing. MILLNet™ Software enables mill staff to select
the right cotton for the right end product while providing an array of invaluable
A software package designed to help spinning mills select
the right cotton for the right end product and to:
+ Better manage cotton contracts and inventory
+ Produce laydowns of consistent quality
+ Produce an array of invaluable management tools
+ Reduce raw material costs
SAVINGS QUALITY TOOLS MANAGEMENT BENEFITS STUDIES
"We've had a favorable experience since we started using the EFS system by Cotton inc. It
has helped us to control our inventories; having exactly what we need. As for the quality,
our laydowns are consistent and the claims from our customers related to cotton were
"There is no compromise on our yarn quality which we focus on high-end and special
products. EFS is very useful to save time and keep the consistent top quality. It helps
determine the right cotton for the right products at affordable costs."