Polish Sugar Company to open office in Belarus
The Polish Sugar Company will set up an office in Belarus by the end of the year, BelTA has learned from Belgospishcheprom Vice Chairman Andrei Baranov.
“The representative office will look into the feasibility of the fifth sugar mill construction project and possible sales markets,” noted Andrei Baranov.
Taking into account the good yield of sugar beet in the Russian Federation, it can be assumed that Russia will have no sugar shortages in the next few years. “We will honor the intergovernmental agreements and deliver the planned volumes of sugar to Russia. But in the future we will focus on the markets of third countries,” stated the Vice Chairman.
Representatives of the Polish side will also be working on these problems.