Tradan Global Imports – Commodity – Sugar

Sugar Importation and exportation Marrocos – Casa Blanca

Import and export of sugar in Casa Blanca Tradan Global Company works directly with local producers in Casa Blanca 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 Marrocos more profitable and less bureaucratic.

What we do – sugar export industry Casa Blanca

The Tradan Global Company works to be the number 1 company in Casa Blanca in the sugar import and export market. We have trade representative in all world and a special trade and tax conditions to Marrocos buyers.

Access to the best suppliers

We have access to the best input producers in all Marrocos. We work in direct connection with major industries and the most modern ports around the world.

Easy Documentation

Documentation is always a vital part of sugar imports and exports. Our specialists will facilitate all the paperwork and bureaucratic part.

Casa Blanca Sugar Distribution

The quality of Marrocos 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 Casa Blanca 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 Casa Blanca 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 Import and Export in Casa Blanca

CASABLANCA- Notices – Better irrigation, farming techniques and refining technology should allow Morocco to produce over half the sugar it consumes in coming years, the head of local sugar producer Cosumar CSMR.CS said on Monday.

The North African kingdom imports between 650,000 and 700,000 tonnes of sugar per year, representing 55 percent of its national requirement, Cosumar Chief Executive Mohammed Fikrat told reporters in Casablanca.

The incentive to become more self-sufficient in sugar has grown after world market prices soared because the Moroccan government subsidises imported sugar to cut retail prices to levels affordable for its population.

Cosumar, 55-percent owned by Moroccan conglomerate ONA ONA.CS , has acquired four underperforming state sugar refineries and is investing 1.6 billion dirhams ($219.8 million) over five years to expand domestic cane and beet growing and boost industry competitiveness.

A programme to improve sugar yields aims to take domestic production to as much as 700,000 tonnes from 450,000 per year currently, Fikrat said during a results presentation.

Given that local demand is growing at 20,000 tonnes per year, “our rate of coverage should rise to 55-60 percent in the best case scenario, if we manage to develop all the possibilities to improve productivity,” he said.

The area being cultivated for sugar this season is 57,678 hectares, he said, a figure up 12 percent from the previous season when agriculture suffered a severe drought.

Beet provides three quarters of the sugar grown in Morocco. Imported raw sugar, mostly Brazilian cane sugar, is imported and refined at Cosumar’s Casablanca refinery.

“Today raw sugar prices are very volatile — we must pay $400 to $420 dollars per tonne for sugar delivered to our factory in Casablanca,” said Fikrat.

Fikrat said domestic sugar yields varied from 5 to 8 tonnes per hectare, compared to 12 tonnes for some European countries.

“Our ambition is to generalise productivity of over 8 tonnes,” he said.

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