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As a valuable commodity, the sugar industry generates around $4 billion for the Australian economy every year. Since the first arrival of the dense fibre and sucrose-rich plant to Australia, sugar cane fields have expanded across the eastern coastline, particularly well-suited to the tropical conditions of Northern New South Wales and Queensland.
Referred to in the sugar business as ‘crushing season,’ the sugar cane harvest begins in June and lasts for about five months a year.
BSC’s Michael Rowe says the harvesting and processing of sugar cane presents some interesting challenges to BSC’s business.