Critical Success Factors for Sugar Manufacturing
Sugar producers worldwide trust Sugar Research Institute (SRI) for expert advice
Improving sugar factory production processes
Operational efficiencySRI delivers short and long term strategies to minimise the resources used to manufacture sugar.
Identifying effective operational and plant outcomes
Factory productivitySRI identifies and analyses equipment and process ‘pinch points ‘ that constrain factory capacity.
Maximising sucrose extraction and retention
Sugar recoverySRI applies cost effective techniques to maximise sugar retention during processing.
Australia’s Sugar Research Institute (SRI) offers global expertise in sugar milling and refining technology. We draw upon 66 years of sugar-specific experience to solve the technical and operational issues of cane sugar processing.
SRI’s understanding of the science of sugar processing helps sugar mills and refineries worldwide to maximise sugar recovery, and to deliver best practice in process efficiency and plant design.
Established in 1949, SRI operates on a “not-for-profit” basis and is owned and supported by Australia’s sugar milling industry. Our focus is to offer our clients and owners a competitive advantage based on technical and operational excellence. This excellence arises from our unmatched understanding and application of the science of sugar processing.
SRI’s wide range of defined and bespoke consulting, advisory and analytical services provide sugar clients worldwide with specialised advice, whether for an existing factory, a new factory or an investment analysis.
SRI’s major equipment designs solve real operational issues with sugar processing technologies. SRI’s designs are based on extensive scientific research, field testing and continuous improvement programs.
SRI’s range of instrumentation, automation and software products improve sugar output, reduce sugar losses and minimise production costs.
SRI’s high quality specialist sugar industry training services provide underpinning knowledge to factory operators, supervisors and managers for improving mill performance and operational efficiency.