Jute is one of the cheapest and the strongest of all natural fibres and considered as fiber of the future. Bangladesh is the biggest producer of jute both in quantity and quality. The recent mapping of the genome of the jute seed by several Bangladeshi scientists working in collaboration, has opened up a new horizon for the jute sector.
Jute mills or jute industries need raw jute for production of ropes, jute yarn and twine, jute burlap bags and jute sacks etc. Jute hessian and jute sacking are the two important types of Jute goods which are mainly used for packaging agricultural products. Today Jute has numerous more uses and is used to make geo textiles and many others. Indeed the product is so versatile that it is said to have hundred of uses and more and more uses are being discovered each day. Certainly due to it being environmentally friendly, it is likely to replace some of the synthetic products which are creating hazards to our planet.
QUALITY OF RAW JUTE
Bangladesh Tossa Grade A (BTA) Bangladesh White Grade A (BWA)
Bangladesh Tossa Grade B (BTB) Bangladesh White Grade B (BWB)
Bangladesh Tossa Grade C (BTC) Bangladesh White Grade C (BWC)
Bangladesh Tossa Grade D (BTD) Bangladesh White Grade D (BWD)
Bangladesh Tossa Grade E (BTE) Bangladesh White Grade E (BWE)
Bangladesh Tossa Reject (BTR) Bangladesh White Reject (BWR)
Bangladesh Tossa Cutting Grade A (BTCA) Bangladesh White Cutting Grade A (BWCA)
Bangladesh Tossa Cutting Grade B (BTCB) Bangladesh White Cutting Grade B (BWCB)
Mesta B ,Mesta C