Sugar Stock

Asala Al Muhafidha Trading

Sugar stocks limited is one of the various companies under the Asala Group umbrella which includes Asala Trading LLC, Asala Import and Export LTD and Earth Proof Finance and Investment LTD with Offices in London and Birmingham England as well as Offices in Muscat, Burimi, Sohar, Nazwa and Musnadem in the Sultanate of Oman. It is an international company that truly encompasses the dexterity and vision to be a driving force in the respective market place. And will be involved in the manufacturing and distribution of sugar of various types as well as the manufacture and distribution of various by-products of sugar cane and sugar beet.

Our Mission

Sugar stocks aim to be a driving force within the market place through our innovation and diligence in all fields of our respective work with room for continuous growth and profit

Our Values

At Sugar Stocks LTD we pride ourselves on our company values and ethics; we work diligently to ensure that our values and ethics are never compromised.

  • We value Clients
  • We value our work force and as such we will build a work force based on merit, integrity, transparency and inclusiveness
  • We aspire to be a learning organization and we encourage ideas, innovation, excellence, enterprise and teamwork in employee
  • We behave responsibly and ensure that all of our activities are environmentally friendly
  • Business Goal & Objectives:

We are proposing the acquisition of 400,000 acres (1620 km²) of suitable land for the agriculture of Sugarcane and Sugar beet:

  • Sugar Stocks LTD intends to divide the land for the purposes of agriculture with 100,000 acres (405 km²) being dedicated to sugar beet and 300,000 acres (1215 km²) being dedicated to sugarcane.
  • Sugar Stocks aim to produce in the region of 54,600 MT of sugar per annum from sugar beet.
  • Sugar Stocks aim to produce in the region of 229,680 MT of sugar per annum from sugarcane.

Harvesting Sugarcane:

  • During harvest, the cane harvester drives along each row and cuts the cane stalk off at the bottom of the plant. The long stalk is then cut into many shorter lengths called ‘billets’ (around 30cm).
  • Another machine known as a cane haul out drives alongside the harvester, collecting all the billets. Getting the cane to the mill once sugarcane has been harvested, it must be transported to a sugar mill as soon as possible. The longer it takes, the more sugarcane juice stored in the stalks will evaporate - so it is important that it arrives within 16 hours of being cut, to minimize deterioration. 
  • The cane haul out collects billets until its full, then drives across the paddock to the road, where it unloads its contents either into a semi-truck (for road transport) or mill bins at local sidings on the nearest railway track (for train transport)