Land preparation and planting

Cultivation and Tillage.

Flowering sugar cane ready for harvesting.

Cane cutters finishing their round of harvest.
A mechanized sugar cane harvester loading billeted cane.

Locomotive transporting cane to the Weighbridge.

Processed sugar ready for export.

OUR Company

The Fiji Sugar Corporation Limited was incorporated in Fiji by an Act of Parliament in 1972 to take over the milling activities with effect from 1st April 1973. It is successor to SPSM Limited and CSR Limited. Read More

Sugar

The crushing season for 2014 completed with the four mills finishing its crush. About 1.83 million metric tonnes of cane was crushed and we produced 226,000 metric tonnes of raw sugar with a TCTS of 8.0 against an initial estimate of two million metric tonnes of cane.

This year our industry was vulnerable by a drought which was throughout the harvesting season. However, the figures have showed an increase in cane production of 14.3%; an increase in sugar production of 25.6% and an improvement in TCTS of 11% as compared with the figures from 2013 crushing season.

Our cane farmers were paid F$88.49 (or USD44) per tonne of cane after receiving the final payment for 2013 season in last October. It is a history of our industry in the entire 132 years as this is the highest ever payment to Fijian cane farmers.