Cuba and Mexico want to enhance sugar industry
The Second Technical Meeting ATAM-ATAC to exchange on the sugar sector between Cuba and Mexico, began on July 21 in Havana with the participation of 100 experts from both countries.
This edition aims to provide its partner nations from the experiences of a competitive industry without neglecting the social and ecological responsibility.
Similarly, the issue of electricity generation from bagasse cane emerged as a result of this agribusiness elite.
Manuel Enrique Poy, director of the Association of Sugar Technicians of Mexico (ATAM by its Spanish acronym), and Eduardo Lamadrid, president of the Association of Sugar Technicians of Cuba (ATAC by its Spanish acronym), head the respective committees in the debate.
For its part, Juan Godefoy, specialist of AZCUBA Group, exposed issues related to sugar technology and the particular experiences of India and China.
At the meeting some 23 projects were discussed in several panels dedicated to industrial efficiency, new technologies and sugarcane agriculture.