Cane mill

a mill for grinding sugar canes, for the manufacture of sugar.

See also: Cane

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It will be utilised in a $100 million plant adjacent to Raizen's Costa Pinto sugar cane mill in Piracicaba, Sao Paulo.
I think what we are becoming increasingly interested in is the integration potential between a sugar cane mill and a cellulosic plant," New said.
The town was established in 1830 when William Stafford installed a cane mill and opened a horse-powered cotton gin in the area.
We visited a sugar factory based in an old sugar cane mill on the north of the island, before heading to the capital city Port Louis.
It's called the 'Virtual Mill,' an interactive multimedia tool created by the Brazilian Sugarcane Industry Association (UNICA) to offer the opportunity for an up-close look at the inner workings of a cane mill to those who can't make the trip.
In the town of Lagoa da Prata there has been a sugar cane mill since the 1970s, owned by Antonio Luciano, a 'Colonel' and large landowner, known as one of the biggest grileiros (illegal land-grabbers) of Minas Gerais.
The JV anticipates building a 100,000 MT renewable oil production facility located at a Bunge owned sugar cane mill in Brazil.
The company will use the technology in a $100-million facility which is already being built next to Raizen's Costa Pinto sugar cane mill in Piracicaba, Sao Paulo.
BP to expand Brazil cane mill SAO PAULO: BP Biocombustiveis, a unit of oil company BP, said that it will invest 716 million reais ($348 million) to double capacity at Tropical, its Brazilian sugar cane mill in Edeia in Goias state.
Roney said the low producer prices of the past several years caused "a painful wave of sugar beet and cane mill closures, and also an unprecedented surge in vertical integration in the American sugar industry.
Most of the losses were the result of beet and cane mill closures -- 23 since 1993 -- and of "improvements in labor productivity" from "a combination of increased mechanization/automation of field operations, rationalization of processing capacity and .