Keer America is a proud member of the U.S. Cotton Trust ProtocolÂ

Keer America is a proud member of the U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol®

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Keer America is committed to sustainable U.S. cotton for its high-quality yarns.

Today, manufacturing plants can produce 1 million pounds of 100% U.S. cotton yarn per week, including KPOE, Combed and Carded Ring Spun and Amsler yarns. The company also plans to add two new production facilities on its 165-acre property in Indian Land, S.C. These facilities will create at least 500 American jobs. 

entered the U.S. textile industry market in 2013. In 2015, it began its first open end production of high-quality yarns using 100% U.S. cotton. Soon after, in 2018, Keer America expanded its operation and launched a new state-of-the-art ring spinning operation.

appreciates its role in the cotton yarn supply chain. Its commitment to provide professional customer and technical service, combined with sustainably sourced, U.S.-grown cotton, ensures it has long-lasting relationships with knitting and weaving manufacturers throughout the United States and Central America. 

View the video on the COTTON USA Sourcing Program website .
The U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol®—Setting a new standard in more sustainably grown cotton

As a member of the , Keer America can be identified as part of a fully transparent supply chain and be selected by brands as they look to source U.S. cotton fiber.

The is a program that offers brands and retailers the critical assurances needed to source more sustainably grown cotton by providing data on environmental metrics of U.S. cotton production and a fully transparent supply chain.


Description automatically generated with medium confidenceThe program was built upon three key pillars:

  • Verified data measurement in six key sustainability metrics
  • Article-level supply chain transparency for all members 
  • Continuous improvement remaining central to U.S. cotton production

The program’s mission is to bring quantifiable and verifiable goals and measurement to the key sustainability metrics of U.S. cotton production with a vision where transparency is a reality and continuous improvement to improve our environmental footprint is the central goal.

The has already welcomed more than 800 brand, retailer, mill and manufacturer members. To learn more about how the Trust Protocol is setting a new standard in sustainable cotton production, visit

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