AB Sugar China’s involvement with China’s sugar industry began in 1995 with a joint venture in a cane sugar plant in Guangxi Province. Through investment and training, the plant’s cane crushing throughput was doubled in eighteen months to 5,000 tonnes per day. Similar achievements have been made in other plants and in agricultural development.
The company now has five cane sugar factories in China. Collectively they are able to produce over 600,000 tonnes of sugar annually. They also produce a number of co-products such as bagasse and molasses.
In October 2007, AB Sugar China formed the BoTian Sugar Company Limited (“BoTian”) headquartered in Harbin in Heilongjiang Province. The company operates two factories and in total produces around 200,000 tonnes of sugar annually.
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