Tongaat Hulett audited results for the year ended 31 March 2011
May 31st 2011, 09:30
The past year continued to be characterised by counteractive factors. Progress towards fully utilising Tongaat Hulett's installed sugar milling capacity of some 2 million tons per annum was hampered by the severe drought in the 2009/10 growing period in South Africa, coupled with poor growing conditions in Mozambique in the early part of 2010. The South African sugar production was the lowest in many decades for Tongaat Hulett.
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