AGZAM to invest $251M in sugar, ethanol in South Africa

April 6, 2011 |

In Zambia, South African company AGZAM is preparing to invest $251 million in a new sugar and ethanol facility. At full capacity, the mill that is set to come online in 2013 should produce 28 million liters of ethanol per year in addition to 200,000 metric tons of sugar.

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