We've welcomed four new apprentices to our Plane Creek and Proserpine sugar mills.
The last of Wilmar's eight sugar mills has crushed out, bringing an end to the 2020 season.
The first of our eight mills has crushed out for 2020.
A scholarship that provides placements at sugar mills gave Kristen Nel a stepping stone to a sweet career.
We've adjusted our crop estimates for all four milling regions.
We've reached the 70 per cent mark for the 2020 season.
Wilmar’s Grower-Managed Production Risk Scheme (GMPRS) gives growers almost total control of two key risks – price volatility and undersupply.
We’re approaching the halfway mark for the 2020 crush.
The Australian Sugar Industry Scholarship program has provided a real pathway for graduate engineers into the sugar industry.
A reminder to take care around our cane railway network after a concerning spate of cane train incidents so far this season.
We’ve passed our first milestone for the 2020 crush.
Wilmar Sugar tradies have started work on one of the biggest fabrication projects ever undertaken in-house.
The search is on for Wilmar Sugar Australia’s next generation of tradespeople.
The 2020 crushing season is now under way for the Wilmar group, after rain delayed start dates in three of our milling regions.
Wilmar AgServices has launched a new stockfeed product range that targets the largest mineral deficiency in Queensland cattle – phosphorus.
Wilmar Sugar has manufactured 350 new cane bins in the lead-up to the 2020 Herbert crush.
The 2020 Herbert crush got under way today, with the first bin tipped at Wilmar Sugar’s Victoria Mill at 9.25am.
Forward pricing has helped growers to improve their pricing outcomes.
Invicta Mill in the Burdekin has kicked off the 2020 crushing season for the Wilmar Sugar group.
Wilmar Sugar diesel fitting apprentice Aiden Favero is Tec-NQ’s Engineering Mechanical Apprentice of the Year.
Wilmar Sugar Australia has launched a fun song with a serious message as the flagship of its 2020 cane train safety campaign.
Drivers who fail to give way to cane trains could soon be caught on camera.
There’s not much former Cane Supply Manager Peter Luke hasn’t seen or done in the sugar industry.
The sweet sight of steam rising from the stack at Wilmar’s Inkerman Mill is less than a fortnight away.
Easing restrictions mean New Zealanders have begun to emerge from their isolation bubbles.
Ingham locals will soon see the sweet sight of steam rising from the stacks at Wilmar Sugar’s Herbert mills.
Ethanol produced at Wilmar’s Sarina Distillery is playing a vital role in the national fight against COVID-19.
A new fish ladder near the Victoria Mill weir will help boost native fish numbers in the Hinchinbrook area.
Australia’s largest sugar milling company has welcomed the next generation of tradies to its ranks.
Invicta Mill boilermaker Ian Sutcliffe was given a round of applause at the Townsville Airport.
A $700,000 boiler trial research project has been proven successful at one of our southern mills.
Wilmar employees were out spreading festive cheer in the lead-up to Christmas.
Chelsea Bay recently celebrated its 1st birthday with 5,000 of its closest friends over Labour Day weekend.
Wilmar Sugar's using GPS technology to help emergency services.
Wilmar has rolled out a new electronic fault reporting system across the Cane Product’s business.
Racecourse Refinery now boasts a large sign to promote the site’s status as a home of CSR Sugar.
Herbert's junior rugby league players were put through their paces as part of a free footy clinic.
The emergency response readiness of Wilmar’s Proserpine crew was put to the test during a mock incident.
Wilmar brought cheer to hundreds of hospital staff and volunteers from Ingham to Proserpine.
Young Wilmar employees took part in Emerging Professionals course to improve leadership skills.