Wilmar International invest $200m into their mills ahead of 2023 crush

Ben Harden
Mark Phelps
Updated January 27 2023 - 11:00am, first published January 26 2023 - 1:00pm
Wilmar Sugar's mills performance have been in the spotlight after growers questioned if wet weather was the sole cause for the delayed crush. Picture supplied by Wilmar Sugar Australia
Wilmar Sugar's mills performance have been in the spotlight after growers questioned if wet weather was the sole cause for the delayed crush. Picture supplied by Wilmar Sugar Australia

Wilmar Sugar has defended the performance of its mills this season after northern cane growers raised concerns wet weather wasn't the only cause of the prolonged crush.

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Ben Harden

Ben Harden

Journalist

Queensland Country Life reporter based in Toowoomba. I over all things livestock and agriculture in central and southern Queensland. Got a story? Get in touch: 0437528907 or email ben.harden@austcommunitymedia.com.au

Mark Phelps

Mark Phelps

Journalist

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