Mitr Phol Group decided to expand production base to People Republic of China (PRC) in 1993.
The business started up in the form of joint venture between Mitr Phol and PRC’s sugar mills in Guangxi county and was registered in the name of Guangxi Nanning East Asia Sugar Co.,Ltd.
At present, Mitr Phol owns 6 sugar mills within Guangxi County and is recognized as PRC’s second largest sugar producer with annual crushing capacity of approximately 10 million tons of cane which resulted in approximately 1.3 million tons of sugar per year.
We also operate two power plants and one fertilizer plant.
In 2011, Mitr Phol expanded our investments to Queensland State, Australia, joining with MSF Sugar.
MSF Sugar own and operate four sugar mills with a total crushing capacity of 4.7 million tons of cane and producing around 550,000 tons of raw sugar per year.
MSF started back in 1886 as Maryborough Sugar Factory operated as a juice mill, and today growing into Australia’s largest sugarcane farmer, second largest raw sugar exporter and the third largest miller.
Employ nearly 650 people and engage with 630 cane growers supplying our mills.
In 2006, Mitr Phol broadened its production based to Lao People’s Democratic Republic (LPDR), Savannakhet province under the name “Mitr Lao”.
The mill has average crushing capacity of 500,000 tons of cane per annum, yielding sugar output of approximately 72,000 tons per year. Mitr Lao uses advanced production technology as many of the world’s leading sugar producers
Most of sugar produced in LPDR is exported to the European Union.