NETWORK WITH AFRICAN MILLERS, ETHANOL PRODUCERS AND BUYERS
The Pan-African event covering drivers and trade dynamics for sugar, ethanol and cogeneration across the region and globally.
HIGHLIGHTS OF SUGAR & ETHANOL AFRICA
Identify growth opportunities
Find out where ethanol production and blending is on the rise across Africa, and who is investing in production facilities.
Sugar markets and diversification
Sugar prices, international trade dynamics and support for diversification of the African sugar industry.
Intra-region and global trade dynamics
Identify supply gaps for both fuel and non-fuel ethanol and also for raw and white sugar trade.
Strategic issues for ethanol producers and millers
Attendees can meet millers from across Africa and find out how they are improving production and diversifying.
Ethanol Production Technology Workshop
Industry experts examine key factors in optimising ethanol operations, maximising production efficiency & implementing new technologies. ]
Hear from industry leaders
Sugar and Ethanol Africa is a unique opportunity to network and hear from key industry players from a region that offers huge potential for expansion and investment.
Who will you meet
70% Attendees are from across Africa
35% Sugar millers and ethanol producers
15% Sugar and ethanol buyers
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