19 July 2016. Jute is a vegetable fibre produced from Corchorus capsularis and Corchorus olitorius species. It is very cheap to produce, and its production levels are similar to that of cotton. It is a bast fibre, like hemp, and flax. Coarse fabrics made of jute are called hessian, or burlap in America. Ninety percent of world's jute is harvested in Bangladesh and India.

Today we present at www.industryabout.com more than 80 new Jute Mills in the Region of Bengal (India-Bangladesh) namely at the cities of Kolkata, Dhaka and Khulna.


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