Global Sugar Beet Market 2019 Structure, Industry Inspection, and Forecast 2024

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The report titled Global Sugar Beet Market 2019 by Manufacturers, Countries, Type and Application, Forecast to 2024the present scenario of the Sugar Beet  market and its market dynamics to provide an unbiased and detailed analysis of the global market size and share. It delivers a 5 year per-historic and forecast covering 2019 to 2024 year for the market. It includes an analysis of the on-going trends, opportunities/ high growth areas,market drivers,market growth enablers, restraints to help stakeholders to align market strategies. They can consider statistics, tables & figures represented in this report for planning their strategy which lead to the success of their organization. The leading companies and several other prominent companies operating in the market are profiled and analyzed in the report.

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Key application areas of Sugar Beet  are also assessed on the basis of each vendor’s performance. The report categorizes themarket size (value & volume) by key players, type, application, and region. It further examines the investment environment, industry development, industry capacity, structure, industry development,marketing channels, supply and demand, and key industry participants.

Key companies profiled in the market report are :  

Geographically, this report studies the key regions, focuses on product sales, value,market share and growth opportunity in these regions, covering

  • North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
  • Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy)
  • Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia)
  • South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia etc.)
  • Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)

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  • The report provides a detailed analysis of current and future market trends to identify the investment opportunities market forecasts till 2024.
  • Key Sugar Beet  market trends across the business segments, regions and countries
  • Key developments and strategies observed in the market
  • In-depth company profiles of key players and upcoming prominent players
  • Key market dynamics such as drivers, restraints, opportunities and other trends
  • Market opportunities and recommendations for new investments

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Previous data and current conditions provided in the report offer prediction in the production, sales, revenues, growth rate,market share, as well as the upcoming trends in the forecast period. For complete understanding, the research study presents market segmentation and regional market analysis in the country-level market. In addition, product portfolio, the quantity of production, upstream raw material, downstream demand analysis, and the financial status are demonstrated in the report. The growth factors of the worldwide market based on end-users are added in the report. Moreover, the report covers forecast share, recent R&D development, comprehensive data about the analyst and expert opinion from trustworthy sources. In the end, for feasibility, the Sugar Beet  market makes some great proposals for the latest project of industry.

There are 15 Chapters to deeply display the global Sugar Beet market.

Chapter 1: to describe Sugar Beet  Introduction, product scope, market overview, market opportunities, market risk, market driving force;

Chapter 2: to analyze the top manufacturers of Sugar Beet , with sales, revenue, and price of Sugar Beet , in 2016 and 2017;

Chapter 3: to display the competitive situation among the top manufacturers, with sales, revenue and market share in 2016 and 2017;

Chapter 4: to show the global market by regions, with sales, revenue and market share of Sugar Beet , for each region, from 2013 to 2019;

Chapter 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9: to analyze the market by countries, by type, by application and by manufacturers, with sales, revenue and market share by key countries in these regions;

Chapter 10 and 11: to show the market by type and application, with sales market share and growth rate by type, application, from 2013 to 2019;

Chapter 12: Sugar Beet  market forecast, by regions, type and application, with sales and revenue, from 2019 to 2024;

Chapter 13, 14 and 15: to describe Sugar Beet  sales channel, distributors, traders, dealers, Research Findings and Conclusion, appendix and data source

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Commodity prices still high despite inflation dropping to five-month low

Source: https://www.the-star.co.ke


While the cost of items on the food basket declined marginally in August compared to July, Kenyans are still paying more compared to the same period last year.

In it’s monthly review, the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics yesterday announced monthly inflation dropped to 5 per cent in August compared to 6.27 per cent in July.

“This decline was mainly attributed to favourable weather conditions and follows a trend that has been observed over the last five months,” KNBS said in a statement.

In August, the prices of significant food items including sukuma wiki (kales), potatoes, cabbages, carrots, tomatoes and maize grain loose decreased by 8.01, 7.81, 6.78, 6.01, 4.89 and 2.80 per cent, respectively.

“Decrease in prices of these commodities outweighed the observed increase in the cost of other foodstuffs, thereby causing a decrease in the food index,” the statistician said.

However, compared to last August when monthly inflation stood at 4.04 per cent, this month’s commodity prices were much higher.

A kilogramme of tomatoes rose the highest year on year, increasing 23.72 per cent to Sh72.49.

This was followed by kerosene, commonly used by poor households for lighting and cooking, which increased by 22.01 per cent to Sh104.80 compared to the same month last year.

Other notable increases were a 2kg bag of sifted maize which increased to sh119.89, a Sh20.54 increase compared to last August, while a kilo of carrots retailed at Sh72.49, a 18.47 per cent increase.

A kilogramme of maize grain also increased by Sh5.19 per kilogramme to retail at Sh47.58.

On the other hand, the price of sugar reported the most significant decrease, dropping by over Sh40 to sell at Sh107.22. A kilogramme of sukuma wiki (kale) also dropped 17.9 per cent to Sh37.19 compared to last August.

KNBS data shows the housing, water, electricity, gas and other fuels’ index, decreased by 0.10 percentage points in August, mainly as a result of a decrease in prices of some cooking fuels.

“The cost of a 13 kg cylinder of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) for instance, decreased by 0.98 percentage points from Sh2,171.47 in July to Sh2,150.27 in August,” KNBS said.

The transport index also reported a decrease albeit marginal due to the reduction in pump prices of diesel and petrol over the review period.

Govt. approves fixing higher ethanol price for sugar season 2019-20

Source: https://www.chinimandi.com


The Cabinet on Tuesday approved Mechanism revision of ethanol price for supply to Public Sector Oil Marketing Companies for procurement of ethanol w.e.f. December’19 for one year period.

According to the press release by PIB, the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, chaired by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has gave its approval for, including fixing higher ethanol price derived from different raw materials under the EBP Programme for the forthcoming sugar season 2019-20 during ethanol supply year from 1st December 2019 to 30th November 2020:

  1. The price of ethanol from C heavy molasses route be increased from Rs.43.46 per litre to Rs.43.75 per litre,
  2. The price of ethanol from B heavy molasses route be increased from Rs.52.43 per litre to Rs.54.27 per litre,
  3. The price of ethanol from sugarcane juice/sugar/sugar syrup route be fixed at Rs. 59.48 per litre,
  4. Additionally, GST and transportation charges will also be payable. OMCs have been advised to fix realistic transportation charges so that long distance transportation of ethanol is not disincentivised,
  5. OMCs are advised to continue according priority of ethanol from 1) sugarcane juice/sugar/sugar syrup, 2) B heavy molasses 3) C heavy molasses and 4) Damaged Food grains/other sources, in that order,

All distilleries will be able to take benefit of the scheme and large number of them are expected to supply ethanol for the EBP programme. Remunerative price to ethanol suppliers will help in reduction of cane farmer’s arrears, in the process contributing to minimizing difficulty of sugarcane farmers.

Ethanol availability for EBP Programme is expected to increase significantly due to higher price being offered for procurement of ethanol from all the sugarcane based routes, subsuming “partial sugarcane juice route” and “100% sugarcane juice route” under “sugarcane juice route” and for the first time allowing sugar and sugar syrup for ethanol production. Increased ethanol blending in petrol has many benefits including reduction in import dependency, support to agricultural sector, more environmental friendly fuel, lesser pollution and additional income to farmers.

The Government has been implementing Ethanol Blended Petrol (EBP) Programme wherein OMCs sell petrol blended with ethanol up to 10%. This programme has been extended to whole of India except Union Territories of Andaman Nicobar and Lakshadweep islands with effect from 01st April, 2019 to promote the use of alternative and environment friendly fuels. This intervention also seeks to reduce import dependence for energy requirements and give boost to agriculture sector.

Government has notified administered price of ethanol since 2014. For the first time during 2018, differential price of ethanol based on raw material utilized for ethanol production was announced by the Government. These decisions have significantly improved the supply of ethanol thereby ethanol procurement by Public Sector OMCs has increased from 38 crore litre in ethanol supply year 2013-14 to estimated over 200 crore litre in 2018-19.

Consistent surplus of sugar production is depressing sugar price. Consequently, sugarcane farmer’s dues have increased due to lower capability of sugar industry to pay the farmers. Government has taken many decisions for reduction of cane farmer’s dues.

With a view to limit sugar production in India and to increase domestic production of ethanol, Government has taken multiple steps including, allowing diversion of B heavy molasses and sugarcane juice for ethanol production. As the ex-mill price of sugar and conversion cost have undergone changes, there is a need to revise the ex-mill price of ethanol derived from different sugarcane based raw materials. There is also a demand from the industry to include sugar and sugar syrup for ethanol production to help in solving the problem of inventory and liquidity with the sugar mills.

Indian Sugar Mills Association welcomes rise in ethanol prices for 2019-20

Source: https://economictimes.indiatimes.com


Indian Sugar Mills Association said that the industry is investing in ethanol capacities.

PUNE: Industry body Indian Sugar Mills Association (ISMA) has welcomed central government’s decision today to increase ethanol prices for 2019-20.

Avinash Verma, director general, Indian Sugar Mills Association (ISMA) said, “Government’s decision to increase ethanol price once again, with special emphasis and a higher increase for ethanol made from B-heavy molasses, confirms the Government’s commitment towards encouraging more diversion of the surplus sugarcane/sugar into ethanol. The second very important decision of allowing a single premium price for the ethanol made from partial or 100% sugarcane juice is another big and positive step in this direction. These decisions will help in further increasing the ethanol blend levels from the current 6% average levels across the country.”

ISMA said that the industry is investing in ethanol capacities. “The industry is responding very positively by hugely investing in new or expansion of ethanol production capacities, which will ensure that we will achieve the Government’s 10% ethanol blend targets almost certainly by 2022. Overall another excellent and very positive policy decision by the Government to encourage more production of the green bio-fuel and at the same time reducing some of the surplus sugar as also helping in more timely payment to our cane farmers.”

Pramod Chaudhari, executive chairman, Praj Industries India said, “The decision to increase ethanol price is an encouraging development for the farming community as well as industry. Higher price for ethanol will not only help in dealing the problem of heavy sugar stock but also result in reduction crude oil imports due to improved ethanol blending rate.”

Next year critical as ethanol plants struggle

Source: https://www.agweek.com


“You’re losing that home for a lot of corn,” says David Ripplinger is a bioenergy economic specialist with North Dakota State University Extension. North Dakota’s ethanol plants are all continuing to operate, but some in Iowa have idled or shut down.

Some older ethanol plants or ones in competitive cases may “have to fold, they’re going to have to leave the table,” he says.

The administration’s handling of the Renewable Fuel Standard has hit ethanol plants in the eastern Corn Belt will have a double-whammy of poor local production because of excessive moisture and drown-out, and the need to source higher-priced corn from greater distances.

The EPA is hurting the ethanol industry by continuing to grant Small Refinery Waivers to refiners who use the product. The waivers are issued to refineries that refine 75,000 barrels of oil a day.

But it’s had an out-sized effect of effect of creating “slack” for all blenders, because the RINs (renewable identification numbers that identify production for tax purposes), weren’t re-allocated to other producers, which removed the incentive for larger refineries to use more ethanol.

The small refineries have asked for relief from the RFS requirements, which also hurts producers of biodiesel, made from soybeans. The EPA declines to say exactly how it determined which small refineries qualified for a waiver, based on disproportionate impacts.

The Trump administration has competing goals of supporting ethanol and cutting regulations, including the RFS.

In 2016, ethanol production had been expanded and constructed to meet expanding demands.

China has always been an “iffy” trade partner. U.S. tariff disputes with China on steel and retaliation in February 2018 made U.S. ethanol exports to China disappear. That dashed hopes that the U.S. could play a role in meeting a Chinese ethanol use mandate.

Domestic use will be driven by adoption of E-15, a 15% blend of ethanol in gasoline. Most regular gas in the U.S. is E-10, a 10% blend for regular gas that is now everywhere in the U.S.

If E-15 is less than 2% of the price of E-10, consumers are getting a better deal, Ripplinger says. The advantage could be even greater if engines were designed for the purpose. Further, there is “truth” in the idea that E-30 would make it even more advantageous.

Brighter spots on the marketing horizon include that Brazil is buying more U.S. ethanol. Ironically, Brazil is famous for an aggressive role in growing the industry, making ethanol from sugarcane.

“There are certain times and locations where the United States has a tremendous advantage to certain parts of the country,” Ripplinger says. The U.S. exports 300 million gallons of ethanol a year to northeast Brazil. Brazil is looking to enact a low-carbon fuel standard, which bodes well for ethanol.

Ironically, Brazil’s sugarcane-based ethanol has a smaller greenhouse gas footprint, so central California imports it. “The joke is we have ethanol tankers passing in the night,” Ripplinger says.

U.S. ethanol exports account for 5 to 10% of production. “The global trading system is really on-and-off, driven in large part by the price of sugar,” he says. When sugar prices collapses, Brazil goes into the market.

Cabinet approves hike in ethanol price for supply to OMCs

New ethanol price effective from 1 December 2019 for one year period.

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given its approval for the following, including fixing higher ethanol price derived from different raw materials under the EBP Programme for the forthcoming sugar season 2019-20 during ethanol supply year from 1 December 2019 to 30 November 2020:

(i) The price of ethanol from C heavy molasses route be increased from Rs 43.46 per lit to Rs 43.75 per litre,

(ii) The price of ethanol from B heavy molasses route be increased from Rs 52.43 per lit to Rs 54.27 per litre,

(iii) The price of ethanol from sugarcane juice/sugar/sugar syrup route be fixed at Rs 59.48 per litre,

(iv) Additionally, GST and transportation charges will also be payable. OMCs have been advised to fix realistic transportation charges so that long distance transportation of ethanol is not disincentivised,

(v) OMCs are advised to continue according priority of ethanol from 1) sugarcane juice/sugar/sugar syrup, 2) B heavy molasses 3) C heavy molasses and 4) Damaged Food grains/other sources, in that order.

All distilleries will be able to take benefit of the scheme and large number of them are expected to supply ethanol for the EBP programme. Remunerative price to ethanol suppliers will help in reduction of cane farmer’s arrears, in the process contributing to minimizing difficulty of sugarcane farmers.

Ethanol availability for EBP Programme is expected to increase significantly due to higher price being offered for procurement of ethanol from all the sugarcane based routes, subsuming partial sugarcane juice route and 100% sugarcane juice route under sugarcane juice route and for the first time allowing sugar and sugar syrup for ethanol production. Increased ethanol blending in petrol has many benefits including reduction in import dependency, support to agricultural sector, more environmental friendly fuel, lesser pollution and additional income to farmers.

Government has been implementing Ethanol Blended Petrol (EBP) Programme wherein OMCs sell petrol blended with ethanol up to 10%. This programme has been extended to whole of India except Union Territories of Andaman Nicobar and Lakshadweep islands with effect from 01st April, 2019 to promote the use of alternative and environment friendly fuels. This intervention also seeks to reduce import dependence for energy requirements and give boost to agriculture sector.

Government has notified administered price of ethanol since 2014. For the first time during 2018, differential price of ethanol based on raw material utilized for ethanol production was announced by the Government. These decisions have significantly improved the supply of ethanol thereby ethanol procurement by Public Sector OMCs has increased from 38 crore litre in ethanol supply year 2013-14 to estimated over 200 crore litre in 2018-19.

Consistent surplus of sugar production is depressing sugar price. Consequently, sugarcane farmer’s dues have increased due to lower capability of sugar industry to pay the farmers. Government has taken many decisions for reduction of cane farmer’s dues.

With a view to limit sugar production in the Country and to increase domestic production of ethanol, Government has taken multiple steps including, allowing diversion of B heavy molasses and sugarcane juice for ethanol production. As the ex-mill price of sugar and conversion cost have undergone changes, there is a need to revise the ex-mill price of ethanol derived from different sugarcane based raw materials. There is also a demand from the industry to include sugar and sugar syrup for ethanol production to help in solving the problem of inventory and liquidity with the sugar mills.

Open letter to sugarcane planters and SRA

Source: https://www.panaynews.net


BUGTAW NA! There is imminent, real danger for all sugarcane producers, yet majority remain in the dark just why strong rumors abound that the opening price of sugar per LKG come September 2019 is only P1,350.

At this price, many of our small planters, mostly CARP beneficiaries, will certainly be “PIERDE”— LUGI na. But why such a projected drop in the opening price of sugar/LKG?

Those “in the KNOW”, the Sugar Regulatory Authority or SRA, and some of our sugar industry leaders used to say in the near past that “we must export our SURPLUS sugar KUNO”. Well today, as maverick sugarcane miller Stephen Chan boldly stated, “This is a lie (the supposed sugar surplus). We have no such surplus.”

Yet another “predictive” statement made by the de facto “Sugar Authorities” points to the need for sugar producers “to fulfill their obligations to the US Quota KUNO”.

Well, they have, not too long ago been forced to admit sugar producers have no such obligations.”  So what’s the real story?

The sugarcane PLANTERS, the sector most affected in the sugar industry, the ones who absorb the high cost of labor and inputs, and suffer most the vagaries of the world market, NEED TO KNOW.

The SRA is mandated by LAW to come out each year (traditionally before the start of a new milling season) with the current SUGAR QUOTA holdings for A, B and D. As the one BODY tasked by government in the publication of the prevailing price of sugar, it MUST COME OUT CLEAN in its pronouncements.

But why the mishmash of information and pronouncements coming from the SRA, which incidentally, has only one planter in its Board, one sugar federation representative, one miller, and  save for the chairman, who is the Department of Agriculture Secretary, has all SRA officers and directors?

In truth, the vast majority of the medium and small planters are not fairly represented in the SRA Board of Directors who determine the movement and price of sugar trading.

WHO or WHAT sectors have been profiting from the confusing and outright deceptive SRA pronouncements? Why the recurring’ claim of sugar “surplus” production which ordinary planters, not in the know, innocently accept.

As a sugar industry expert miller/trader puts it, “It’s like this: the more sugars they can export, the more replacement sugars they can Import. This export-import business is very profitable, and they (the strategic grouping of SRA, traders and some sugar industry leaders aptly rewarded) want to keep it going.

Ang malain lang, they want us to subsidize this business for them by allocating us “A” sugars. .Para may excuse sila, amo ini ila gina palusot nga estorya. But such is nonsensical. For to have a SURPLUS means to produce more than what we consume. Consumption is around 2.7 M tons. So, they are worried we might suddenly produce 2.8 M tons this year?

If SRA insists on “serving their beloved US Quota, there is a way around it…BASTA WITHOUT making us producers subsidize their business. How ?

We simply quedan 100 percent “B”. Let whoever trader volunteer to ship his “B” to the US Quota. In return, whoever serves the quota will be given the right to import 1.25 times what he exported.”

 This is not a hard task for the SRA , if it truly serves the interest of the majority of the planters. Just last week, SRA reserved 100k Imports for Industrials and 150k reserved for traders. SRA can just as easily reserve 175k imports to whoever served the 140k US Quota. They already practiced this before, they can do it again.

It is high time for the SRA to prove who it truly serves. – VIOLETA LOPEZ

2018/2019 Sugar Cane Crop Opens While World Sugar Prices Continue Declining

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The mills at the A.S.R./B.S.I. factory at Tower Hill cranked up this morning to give way to the 2018-2018 sugar cane crop. Production is expected to be in the range of one hundred and forty thousand metric tons for the export market where there is already a surplus of sugar. The millers last year invested more than twenty million dollars to mitigate the impact of the drop in prices. They want to increase production of Direction Consumption Sugar and enter new markets which are posing new challenges. Given the circumstances, there is nervousness among cane farmers who find themselves at a difficult juncture. News Five’s Hipolito Novelo reports.