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Alarming Spike in Cane Train Surfing – Know Where Your Kids Are These School Holidays

MEDIA RELEASE 22 September 2017 ALARMING SPIKE IN CANE TRAIN SURFING – KNOW WHERE YOUR KIDS ARE THESE SCHOOL HOLIDAYS With the school holidays well underway, MSF Sugar has seen an alarming spike in dangerous behaviours such as cane train surfing around its cane rail network and is calling on parents to be more vigilant….

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MSF Sugar Helps Keep Cane Rail History Alive

MEDIA RELEASE 20 SEPTEMBER 2017 MSF SUGAR HELPS KEEP CANE RAIL HISTORY ALIVE The first ever Comeng diesel locomotive built for the Queensland cane industry is among a group of retired locomotives that have been donated to a rail museum on the Atherton Tablelands. The three locomotives have been sitting in storage at the Mulgrave…

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Could Agriculture Replace Coal as a Baseload Source of Electricity

MEDIA RELEASE 12 SEPTEMBER 2017 COULD AGRICULTURE REPLACE COAL AS A BASELOAD SOURCE OF ELECTRICITY – IT COULD BE CLOSER THAN YOU THINK A leading Queensland sugarcane company could hold the key to Australia’s looming baseload power problem. With a number of coalfired power stations tipped to close over the next decade, the Federal Government…

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MSF Sugar Calls for Action to Secure Maryborough Water Future

MEDIA RELEASE 5 SEPTEMBER 2017 MSF SUGAR CALLS FOR ACTION TO SECURE MARYBOROUGH WATER FUTURE Maryborough’s 150 year-old cane industry is under threat unless new water storage is built to save growers crippled by some of the worst drought conditions in 100 years. MSF Sugar, which owns and operates Maryborough Mill, and the Fraser Coast’s…

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Construction of MSF Sugar’s Green Energy Power Plant Forges Ahead

03 September 2017 MEDIA RELEASE CONSTRUCTION OF MSF SUGAR’S GREEN ENERGY POWER PLANT FORGES AHEAD Civil works for MSF Sugar’s new $75 million green energy power plant at the Tableland Mill have been completed, paving the way for work to start on the major component – a high-pressure boiler which will turn biomass waste into…

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New and Traditional Varieties Perform Strongly During Cane Crush

31 August 2017 MEDIA RELEASE NEW AND TRADITIONAL VARIETIES PERFORM STRONGLY DURING CANE CRUSH With the Far North Queensland cane crush nearing the half-way mark, MSF Sugar is keeping a close watch on the performance of various cane varieties through its three northern mills. At the MSF Sugar-owned South Johnstone, Mulgrave and Tableland mills, a…

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MSF Sugar Opposes Proposed Cairns South State Development Area (SDA)

25 August 2017 MEDIA RELEASE MSF Sugar has formally objected to a proposed Cairns South State Development Area (SDA) currently being planned by the Queensland Government. The company, which owns the Mulgrave Mill at Gordonvale, has today lodged a detailed submission opposing the SDA on the grounds that if it proceeds in its current form,…

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New Cane Rail Safety Campaign Launched – Have You Seen a Cane Train Yet?

04 August 2017 MEDIA RELEASE NEW CANE RAIL SAFETY CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED – HAVE YOU SEEN A CANE TRAIN YET? MSF Sugar will launch a new cane rail safety campaign on Friday to highlight the need for the public to be vigilant during the current cane crushing season. The campaign features television and radio advertisements, and…

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MSF Sugar Farewells an Industry Leader

12 July 2017 MEDIA RELEASE RETIREMENT OF TABLELAND MILL MANAGER, PAT RYAN MSF Sugar CEO, Mike Barry, has today farewelled one of the sugar industry’s long standing leaders with Tableland Mill Manager, Pat Ryan, announcing his retirement. Mr Ryan has been associated with the Tableland Mill for 22 years, during which time he has worked…

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World First Agribusiness Project for Atherton Tableland

BIOFUTURES INDUSTRY FOR THE ATHERTON TABLELAND: WORLD-FIRST AGRICULTURAL PROJECT OF STATE SIGNIFICANCE 10 July 2017 MEDIA RELEASE The sugarcane industry is set to fundamentally change in Far North Queensland following an announcement today by the Minister for State Development, Dr Anthony Lynham, of State Government support of MSF Sugar’s Biorefinery Project on the Atherton Tableland….

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Grant Brings Year Round Production of Biofuel and Green Electricity Closer to Reality

22 June 2017 MEDIA RELEASE GRANT BRINGS YEAR ROUND PRODUCTION OF BIOFUEL AND GREEN ELECTRICITY CLOSER TO REALITY The sugarcane industry received a boost this week following the announcement that MSF Sugar has been awarded $250,000 in State Government Funding to continue its research into the viability of producing bioethanol and green electricity from Agave….

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See Track, Think Train! Keeping The Community Safe This Cane Crushing Season

13 June 2017 MEDIA RELEASE SEE TRACK, THINK TRAIN! KEEPING THE COMMUNITY SAFE THIS CANE CRUSHING SEASON The annual sugarcane crush is underway in Far North Queensland with an estimated 3,710,000 tonnes to be crushed at MSF Sugar’s three northern mills this season. In the areas located near MSF Sugar’s Mulgrave and South Johnstone Mills,…

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Weather Impacts on Crop but Positive Outcomes Still Expected

12 June 2017 MEDIA RELEASE WEATHER IMPACTS ON CROP BUT POSITIVE OUTCOMES STILL EXPECTED Australia’s largest sugarcane farmer, second largest raw sugar exporter and third largest miller, MSF Sugar, expects its four mills to crush around 4.4 million tonnes of sugarcane during the 2017 crushing season. The crush estimates are lower than the previous season’s…

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MSF Sugar South Johnstone Mill Crushing Season Underway

12 June 2017 MEDIA RELEASE SOUTH JOHNSTONE MILL CRUSHING SEASON UNDERWAY MSF Sugar’s South Johnstone Mill expects to crush 1,609,952 tonnes of sugarcane for the 2017 season, with operations commencing on Tuesday 13 June. More than 250 growers will harvest cane from about 20,000 hectares in the region to supply the mill. South Johnstone Mill…

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MSF Sugar Mulgrave Mill Predicts Higher CCS for Coming Season

05 June 2017 MEDIA RELEASE MULGRAVE MILL PREDICTS HIGHER CCS FOR COMING SEASON During the 2017 crushing season, MSF Sugar’s Mulgrave Mill will be supplied by 185 sugarcane growers, with resulting cane harvested from an area totalling 14,600 hectares. The 2017 crush, scheduled to start on 13 June, will operate 24/7 for about 23 weeks…

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MSF Sugar Green Energy Power Plant to Feature at the Rotary FNQ Field Days

22 May 2017 MEDIA RELEASE GREEN ENERGY POWER PLANT TO FEATURE AT ROTARY FNQ FIELD DAYS As Project Manager for MSF Sugar’s first Green Energy Power Plant, Mark Magnanini understands the dynamics needed for construction of the Tableland Mill project to start in June. The $75 million project, a major development for the Tableland region,…

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Farm Productivity Reports to help cane growers benchmark performance and improve business bottom line

24 April 2017 MEDIA RELEASE FARM PRODUCTIVITY REPORTS TO HELP CANE GROWERS BENCHMARK PERFORMANCE AND IMPROVE BUSINESS BOTTOM LINE Cane growers supplying MSF Sugar’s mills now have even better information to help them benchmark sugarcane productivity on their farm and improve their business’ bottom line. Farm productivity reports being distributed to growers from this week…

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