SEABOARD ENERGÍAS RENOVABLES Y ALIMENTOS S.R.L

One of Argentina’s Largest Sugar Processing Plants

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Seaboard Energías Renovables y Alimentos is one of the leading brands in the Argentine market, supplying sugar to both Industries (Seaboard Energías Renovables y Alimentos brand) as well as the retail market (Chango brand). Seaboard Energías Renovables y Alimentos also supplies alcohol to industries producing liqueurs (premium brands) and personal care products. Seaboard Energías Renovables y Alimentos is one of the leading contributors of bioethanol to the Argentine biofuels program.

 

Seaboard Energías Renovables y Alimentos

Encarnación Ezcurra 365 – Primer piso “B” (C1107CLA)
Buenos Aires Argentina
Phone: 0054 11 5167-2100

 

Seaboard Energías Renovables y Alimentos grows and processes sugar cane in Northern Argentina. The sugar and alcohol produced are primarily sold domestically, however some product is exported to the United States, other South American countries, and Europe.

 

Seaboard Energías Renovables y Alimentos sugarcane processing plant is one of the largest in Argentina. It has the capacity to produce more than 250,000 metric tons of sugar and over 33 million gallons of alcohol per year. The mill is located on a large tract of land in the Salta Province of Argentina, on which approximately 70,000 acres are planted with sugar cane which supplies the mill with the majority of its raw material. Seaboard Energías Renovables y Alimentos also operates a 51 megawatt co-generation plant fueled primarily by sugarcane by-product.

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