ISMA data indicates output is better at 120.7 lakh tonnes with Maharashtra leading in the front by admin- Wednesday, January 4th, 2023 07:52:54 AM
Sugar production in the modern season (October 2022-September 2023) is up three.5 in line with cent at 120.7 lakh tonnes towards 116.Four lakh tonnes at some point of the same length a yr in the past, statistics from the Indian Sugar Mills Association (ISMA) stated. The variety of operating factories are also better at 509 against 500 operated remaining yr.
Out of the overall operational sugar factories in India, this season, 39 according to cent of them are in Maharashtra. These factories produced approximately 47 lakh tonnes of sugar, that’s 39 in line with cent of the whole output until December end.
However, Maharashtra has left behind India’s biggest state Uttar Pradesh (UP) on operational sugar generators and sugar produced. The UP has 117 operational mills producing 30.9 lakh tonnes of sugar, whilst 196 mills are operational in Maharashtra producing 46.8 lakh tonnes. Interestingly, with handiest seventy three operational mills, Karnataka has produced 26.7 lakh tonnes of sugar. ISMA said that every one those production figures are after the diversion of sugar into ethanol.
Gujarat has 16 operational generators which have produced 3.8 lakh tonnes sugar at the same time as Tamil Nadu 24 operational generators generating 2.6 lakh tonnes.
In September, the Maharashtra authorities introduced approximately 203 sugar turbines within the State can be operational this season and producing 13.Eight million tonnes (mt) by means of the stop of the season. Last season, generators in the State produced thirteen.74 mt of sugar to surpass Uttar Pradesh as the most important sugar-generating State. Maharashtra has a 35 consistent with cent percentage of India’s ethanol production.