Tradan Global Imports – Commodity – Sugar
Sugar Importation and exportation Accra – Ghana
Import and export of sugar in Accra. Tradan Global Company works directly with local producers in Accra 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 Ghana more profitable and less bureaucratic.
What we do – sugar export industry accra
The Tradan Global Company works to be the number 1 company in Accra in the suggar exportation area. We have trade representative in all world and a special trade and tax conditions to Accra.
Access to the best suppliers
We have access to the best input producers in all Accra. 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.
Accra natural quality
The quality of Accra 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 Accra 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 Accra 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 power in ghana
The international sugar market is reputed as one of the most highly distorted
agricultural commodities market. Raw and refined sugar markets are generally
characterized by significant and widespread domestic support and trade
garbling policies, such as guaranteed minimum payments to producers,
production and marketing controls (quotas), state-regulated retail prices, tariffs, import quotas and export subsidies.
Although world sugar prices have largely recoiled from the 25-year highs
reached in February 2006, the market remains particularly susceptible to large
demand swings and price volatility. Generally, international sugar prices have
largely trended downward as the production of traditional importing countries
are increasing due to domestic support measures.
Historical Antecedents of the Ghana Sugar Industry
Commercial production of sugar in Ghana commenced in Asutsuare and
Komenda in 1965 and 1967 respectively. The Asutsuare sugar plant was
designed to crush 2000 tons of sugar cane a day whereas the capacity of the
Komenda plant stood at 1000 tons per day.
The operations of the two factories halted by the end of 1981 owing principally
– Inappropriate factory designs and difficulty in obtaining back-up spares
– Inadequate irrigation facilities and farm machinery
– Excessive government controls
– Poor infrastructural state