The Dubai Al Khaleej refinery bought at least 300,000 tonnes of Indian sugars so far in calendar 2012, displacing traditional origin Brazil due to India's cost advantages, European traders said on Thursday.
The Al Khaleej refinery was
Three new sugar storage silos at the Dubai Al Khaleej refinery, with a total capacity of 465,000 tonnes, are expected to start operations next month, site managers said on Monday.
The main dome-shaped raw sugar silo, with a capacity
Dubai Al Khaleej refinery bought 40,000-50,000 tonnes of raw sugar from India for September to November shipment, the company's general manager Cyrus Raja said.
"This is the largest purchase of (Indian) sugar (by the refinery) this year,"