Acromont Corporation offers Indian Cane Sugar, Raw Sugar, Demerara Sugar Brown, Cubes and Candy Sugar
Acromont Corporation offers Indian Cane Sugar, Raw Sugar,
Demerara Sugar Brown, Cubes and Candy Sugar.
Indian White Refined Cane Sugar
ICUMSA 80 to less than 100
Ash: 0.04% Maximum
Colour: Sparkling White
Granulation: Free Flowing
Moisture: 0. 04% to 0. 06% Max
ICUMSA Colour: Below 100 IU
Inspection: SGS or any other third party inspection agency
Minimum Quantity: 1 x 20' Container
Delivery: within 4 weeks
Packing: 50 Kg PP Bag or Jumbo bags
Mode of Payment: 100% L/C at sight or 50% Advance and
50% on Faxing Copy of B/L.
The bolder variety of sugar produced and marketed as M30
(around 1.2 mm size) commands a premium in the Market.
We also offer large size crystals (1.7 mm ) which is marketed
as L30 as per market requirements.
Large (L) Grade,
Medium (M) Grade
Small (S) Grade
L-31, M-31, S-31, L-30, M-30 & S-30 out of which maximum
production is of 31 colour sugar. (31 is the best colour standard
fixed by the Government of India)
Plantation White Crystal Sugar
Refined Sugar I.P. or B.P. Pharma grade
Sulphurless U.S.P. Grade
Packaged Premium Sugar
Demerara Brown Colored Sugar for Coffee
Refined Icing Sugar
Molasses is a by product generated in the process of
manufacture of sugar. It can either be sold untreated or
be used as principal feedstock for manufacture of
Industrial Alcohol & Ethanol.
Bagasse is a by product generated in the process of
manufacture of sugar. It can either be sold or be captively
consumed for generation of steam. The bagasse produced
in the Sugar Factories is used for generation of steam.
Industrial Alcohol & Ethanol :
One of the most remunerative applications of molasses
is in the manufacture of ethanol, an environment friendly
fuel. Being an oxygenate it contains high percentage of
oxygen which helps combust fuel more completely and
reduces vehicular injurious emission. Hence it is also
blended with fuel petrol.
For your requirements, please contact us Sugar Export
Dept over fax +91 33 22891822.