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– crop to continue a few more weeksThe current sugar crop is likely to be extended to the end of May with production still lagging wayGuySuCo’s CEO,Dr. Raj Singhbehind target.As of last weekend, just 54,766 tonnes of sugar or 63 percent of the crop has been produced in the seven estates of Demerara and Berbice. This is way shy of the 86,201 tonnes that the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo) had set the industry for the first crop.While GuySuCo has not officially announced the target for this year, the delay in completing the first crop will have further implications in the rising costs for the industry, which has been struggling with efficiency problems for years now.According to figures, as of last weekend, the flagship multi-billion-dollar Skeldon factory is continuing its poor run of performances,Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping, recording a mere 2,Cheap Soccer Jerseys,656 tonnes of the 17,214 tonnes targeted. Grinding began almost a month late in mid-March and was set to last eight weeks.This was because work was being done to fix the puntAlbion recorded 15,Cheap Soccer Jerseys Authentic,487 tonnes of the 19,548 targeted; Rose Hall 7,688 tonnes of the 9,366 targeted while Blairmont made 10,525 tonnes,China Jerseys Free Shipping, just short of the 10,845 tonnes set.In the Demerara estates, Enmore still has some way to go, posting 5,779 tonnes of sugar for the crop, short of the 14,088 tonnes. Enmore had set 12 weeks to complete its grinding in early May.Wales is nearing its target of 6,892 tonnes, recording 6,736 tonnes. At Uitvlugt,Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping, West Coast Demerara, 5,892 tonnes were produced last weekend, still short of the 8,248 tonnes set at the beginning of the year. That estateAgri Minister, Dr. Leslie Ramsammywas supposed to stop grinding this week.Extending the crop will impact the expenses of GuySuCo which has been fighting to keep costs down.The industry is in deep trouble,Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys, with Government announcing recently that it was forced to sell the US$32M co-generation plant at Skeldon estate, commissioned in 2009, to the Guyana Power and Light Inc. (GPL) to raise some US$30M.The US$200M Skeldon project has failed to produce as expected with one problem after the next. The industry itself is producing sugar at double the price it is selling for.Government has plugged more than US$50M in recent years which went mostly to help pay salaries and other overheads.The administration wants to spend $20B over the next five years to turn the fortunes of the industry around.
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