Tradan Global Imports – Commodity – Sugar
Sugar Importation and exportation Cape Town- South Africa
Import and export of sugar in Cape Town. Tradan Global Company works directly with local producers in South Africa to offer the best quality sugar from several refineries and at the best price in the whole market. We act at all stages of the import and export process making your purchase of sugar in Cape Town more profitable and less bureaucratic.
What we do – sugar export industry Cape Town
The Tradan Global Company works to be the number 1 sugar export company in Cape Town. We have trade representative in all world and a special trade and tax conditions to Cape Town.
Access to the best suppliers
We have access to the best input producers in all Cape Town. We work in direct connection with major industries and the most modern ports around the world.
Documentation is always a vital part of sugar imports and exports. Our specialists will facilitate all the paperwork and bureaucratic part.
Cape Town Quality
The quality of Cape Town sugar is known worldwide. With top quality and extreme abundance the sugar industry in this country is an international pole.
ICUMSA 45 sugar and others
The variety of sugar-related inputs in Cape Town is huge. Tradan Global Company is a pioneer and has been working directly with local producers for years.
Protected and regulated transaction
The import and export of sugar requires specific tax documentation from a financial institution and the government. Our company makes the whole process easier for you.
Global reference in exports
The focus on imports and exports in Cape Town does not come overnight. It is many years of relationships cultivated to reach the top.
Generating New Ideas. Solving Big Problems
To operate in the sugar market, which is one of the most competitive and relevant in the world, requires years of expertise. Leave it to Tradan Global Company’s export specialists.
Sugar Informations in Cape Town
The South African sugar industry makes an important contribution to the national economy of
South Africa, given its agricultural and industrial investments, foreign exchange earnings, its high
employment and linkages with major suppliers, support industries and customers. It is a diverse
industry combining the agricultural activities of sugarcane cultivation with the industrial factory
production of raw and refined sugar, syrups and specialized sugars, and a range of by-products.
The industry produces an estimated average of 2.2 million tons of sugar per season. About 75% of
this sugar is marketed in the Southern African Customs Union (SACU) region and the remainder is
exported to markets in Africa, Asia and United States of America. Based on revenue generated
through sugar sales, in the SACU region and world export market, the South African sugar industry
is responsible for generating an annual average direct income of over R12 billion. The industry
contributes an estimated average R5.1 billion to the country’s foreign exchange earnings on an
annual basis. The average annual value of sugarcane production is R7.7 billion, which is more than
15% of the total gross value of annual field crop production. The industry generates approximately
R2.5 billion from export earnings per annum. Its support to the domestic value chain is estimated at