nordzucker.de: Aktuelles http://www.denn6.com/ Der Nordzucker Newsfeed de nordzucker.de: Aktuelles http://www.denn6.com/fileadmin/templates/bilder/rss.gif http://www.denn6.com/ 16 16 Der Nordzucker Newsfeed TYPO3 - get.content.right http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss Fri, 27 Sep 2019 00:00:00 +0200 Andreas Affeldt becomes Head of Sugar Factory Clauen http://www.denn6.com//en/company/news-media/view/article/andreas-affeldt-becomes-head-of-sugar-factory-clauen.html Andreas Affeldt will take over the management of the Nordzucker sugar factory in Clauen from 11... Andreas Affeldt will take over the management of the Nordzucker sugar factory in Clauen from 11 October 2019. He succeeds Joachim Rüger, who will join Mackay Sugar in Australia and assume the overall management responsibility for production. Andreas Affeldt has been with Nordzucker for more than 20 years. At the Schladen site, he for many years was responsible as production engineer for the management of the production operations and for work safety. Most recently, Andreas Affeldt had the technological lead for the introduction of organic sugar production. "The Clauen plant is a role model in many respects, both in terms of equipment and colleagues. I am very much looking forward to the new task and the cooperation." Joachim Rüger, who took over the management in Clauen in June, has in the management team of Mackay Sugar now the responsibility for the production of the three of plants. "I am looking forward to the new challenge, but would like to thank all my colleagues for the short but great cooperation," explains Rüger. Nordzucker is sending a total of five employees from the production and agricultural sector to Australia. At the end of July, Nordzucker acquired a majority stake in Australia's second-largest sugar producer, thus entering the cane sugar production market. Dr. Arend Wittenberg, Head of Production I, explains: "I would like to thank Joachim Rüger for his short but very good work in Clauen and am delighted that we have been able to recruit Andreas Affeldt, a proven sugar technician and experienced manager, for the management of the Clauen plant. I look forward to a close and good cooperation and wish him every success." Download Press release
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Background Nordzucker Group
Sugar is our world. The Nordzucker Group, based in Braunschweig, Germany, is one of the world's leading sugar manufacturers. Our beet and cane product range includes white sugar, raw sugar, refined sugar, specialities and liquid sugar. In addition, the company produces animal feed, molasses, fertilizers and fuels from renewable energies as well as electricity. Sustainability along the entire value chain is a high priority. A total of 4,000 employees in 21 European and Australian production and refining plants across the Group strive towards providing excellent products and services and thus form the basis for further growth. For queries please do not hesitate to contact Tanja Schneider-Diehlvia phone or mail.
Fon: +49 531 2411-314
Mail: Tanja.Scheider-Diehl@Nordzucker.com ]]>
Company Fri, 27 Sep 2019 00:00:00 +0200
In the starting blocks: Campaign 2019/20 http://www.denn6.com//en/company/news-media/view/article/joachim-rueger-is-new-head-of-sugar-factory-in-clauen-kopie-1.html Nordzucker expects group-wide average earnings to be roughly at the previous year´s... Nordzucker expects group-wide average earnings to be roughly at the previous year´s level The beet campaign is in the starting blocks throughout the Group: Processing at the Polish plant Chełmża begins on September 12. Nordzucker expects a similar level of earnings overall as in the previous year, albeit with very strong regional differences. The campaign will end in January 2020. The first sugar beets of this year will be processed at the plant Chełmża (Poland) on 12 September. The plants in the other countries will start producing sugar step by step in the days that follow. By October 8, all plants in the Group will have started processing. An upstream thick juice campaign at the Nordstemmen plant began on September 9. Good start conditions After rapid sowing at the beginning of April, beet initially had good starting and growth conditions in almost all regions. As in the previous year, there was clearly too little precipitation during the summer in some regions during the growing season. Large parts of the growing regions in Germany and Poland were particularly affected by the lack of rain. By contrast, sugar beet in Denmark, Sweden, Finland and Slovakia performed well. Trial erosion in all countries thus shows large regional differences in the expected yields.  Dr Lars Gorissen, CEO and responsible for Agriculture, affirms: "There was enough rain this year in some regions, but we also expect a significant drop in yields in other regions. For the Group as a whole, we anticipate an average earnings level roughly at the previous year's level." In view of the current political debate on the future orientation of the agricultural and food industries, he added: "Sugar beet cultivation is not only attractive for most of our beet growers. It is also an active contribution to diversity in agricultural crop rotation. In addition, our sugar production, especially in rural areas, contributes directly and indirectly to jobs and added value." This year, too, organic beets will be processed into organic sugar. Last year, Nordzucker signed additional contracts with growers in Germany, Denmark, Sweden and Lithuania, thus expanding production. Organic sugar is produced at the Schladen, Kedainiai and Nykøbing plants. End of campaign in January Axel Aumüller, Chief Production Officer, believes that the plants in all countries are well equipped for the campaign that will run until January: "With our investments in warehousing and logistics, we have our eyes firmly on the market and are meeting our customers' quality requirements. The second focus within production is on improving the energy balance of the plants. Aumüller continues: "Even in economically challenging times, we are on course in terms of energy efficiency and reducing emissions. We are consistently pursuing our goal of reducing CO2 emissions at our plants and doing without fossil fuels in the long term."   The start dates of all Nordzucker plants for the 2019/20 campaign can be found here in the overview:

Germany

 

Clauen

17  September

Klein Wanzleben

26  September

Nordstemmen

13  September

Schladen

14  September (organic beets)

Uelzen

19 September

Denmark

 

Nakskov

1 October

Nykøbing

1  October (organic beets)

Sweden

 

Örtofta

26  September

Finland

 

Säkylä

8 October

Lithuania

 

Kedainiai

1 October (organic beets)

Poland

 

Chełmża

12  September

Opalenica

25 September

Slovakia

 

Trenčianska Tepl֙

17  September

Download Press release In the starting blocks: Campaign 2019/20 Background Campaign The sugar beet campaign is the period of the year in which the sugar beets are processed into sugar in the sugar factories. The campaign usually lasts from mid-September to January. Nordzucker Group Sugar is our world. The Nordzucker Group, based in Braunschweig, Germany, is one of the world's leading sugar manufacturers. Our beet and cane product range includes white sugar, raw sugar, refined sugar, specialities and liquid sugar. In addition, the company produces animal feed, molasses, fertilizers and fuels from renewable energies as well as electricity. Sustainability along the entire value chain is a high priority. A total of 4,000 employees in 21 European and Australian production and refining plants across the Group strive towards providing excellent products and services and thus form the basis for further growth. For queries please do not hesitate to contact Tanja Schneider-Diehlvia phone or mail.
Fon: +49 531 2411-314
Mail: Tanja.Scheider-Diehl@Nordzucker.com ]]>
Company Mon, 24 Jun 2019 00:00:00 +0200
Nordzucker acquires majority stake in Mackay Sugar http://www.denn6.com//en/company/news-media/view/article/nordzucker-acquires-majority-stake-in-mackay-sugar.html Acquisition of majority stake of 70 percent in Australian sugar producer Mackay Sugar Nordzucker...
  • Acquisition of majority stake of 70 percent in Australian sugar producer Mackay Sugar
  • Nordzucker opens up stable Australian market and secures access to the growth market of Southeast Asia

  • Nordzucker has successfully completed the acquisition of a 70 percent majority stake in Mackay Sugar Limited (MSL), Australia’s second largest sugar producer. In February of this year, Nordzucker signed an agreement with MSL to acquire 70 percent of the company's share capital. The closing of the transaction was subject to certain conditions precedent, in particular the sale of the unprofitable sugar factory in Mossman and the approval of MSL shareholders. On July 29, 2019, the shareholders at an extraordinary general meeting also approved the transaction with a clear majority. Dr. Lars Gorissen, CEO of Nordzucker AG, said: "I am delighted that we have successfully completed the transaction. The negotiations with MSL and the talks with the owners were very constructive and trustful. I am confident that together we can lead the company into a successful future and that MSL will make a positive contribution to the Nordzucker Group's earnings in the medium term". Jochen-Johannes Juister, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Nordzucker AG, stated: "The Supervisory Board and the owners of the company expressly welcome this move to Australia. It marks an important milestone in the history of Nordzucker AG and for the future of the company". Entry into the sugar cane business increases competitiveness
    Nordzucker is investing in the three plants Marian, Farleigh and Racecourse, all of which are located in the immediate vicinity of Mackay. The aim is to significantly increase the capability of the factories, which have an annual production capacity of about 700,000 tons of sugar. "Thanks to the cost structures, cane sugar production is profitable even at lower sugar prices and the infrastructure in the Mackay region is optimal. In addition to the stable Australian sugar market, MSL gives us access to the world's largest growth market in Southeast Asia", says Gorissen,  stressing that "Nordzucker is clearly focusing on sugar - from beet and cane." Download press-release as PDF
    Nordzucker acquires majority stake in Mackay Sugar Background
    Nordzucker Group The Nordzucker Group, headquartered in Braunschweig, Germany, is one of the leading sugar manufacturers in Europe and also produces bioethanol and animal feed from sugar beets. Sustainability along the entire value chain is a high priority for the company. A total of 3,200 employees and 18 production and refining facilities across the Group stands for excellent products and services and thus form the basis for further growth.
    Mackay Sugar Limited

    Mackay Sugar Limited (MSL) is an unlisted company and Australia's second largest sugar producer. MSL operates three cane sugar factories in Queensland. The Racecourse, Marian and Farleigh plants are located in the Mackay region. MSL employs approximately 800 employees. The product range mainly comprises raw sugar, white sugar, molasses and renewable energies. The three plants produce around 700,000 tons of raw sugar both for the domestic market and for export. MSL also holds a 25 per cent stake in Sugar Australia for the refining, marketing and distribution of sugar. For queries please do not hesitate to contact Christian Kionka via phone or mail.
    Fon: +49 531 2411-173
    Mail: Christian.Kionka@Nordzucker.com]]>
    Company Press releases Wed, 31 Jul 2019 00:00:00 +0200
    Focus on sugar ?from beet and cane http://www.denn6.com//en/company/news-media/view/article/focus-on-sugar-from-beet-and-cane.html Nordzucker AG Annual General Meeting confirmed course of the company
  • Transformation in core business in Europe
  • Entry into sugar cane production
  • Ratification of the actions of the Supervisory Board and Management Board
  • This year's annual general meeting of Nordzucker AG was marked by the company's future orientation against the backdrop of extreme price erosion due to overproduction in the EU and worldwide and the changed political environment. With a clear focus on sugar from beet and cane, Nordzucker is setting the course for long-term profitable growth. In its first full financial year without fixed quotas and minimum prices, Nordzucker achieved sales of EUR 1,650 million, 18 percent lower than in the previous year. The operating result (EBIT) was minus EUR 58 million (previous year: EUR 154 million). Nordzucker closed the financial year with a net loss for the year of minus EUR 36 million (previous year: EUR 118 million). No dividend will be distributed to shareholders due to the development of business. Dr. Lars Gorissen, CEO of Nordzucker AG, first described the current market environment in his speech: "Conditions are extremely challenging due to overproduction on the world market and, following the abolition of quotas, also in the EU. In addition to subsidies in India and Thailand, the drivers are coupled payments for beet cultivation in numerous EU countries. This distorts competition, and this is a political challenge." Sugar has a future
    Despite the existing uncertainties, Nordzucker sees good prospects for companies and growers. "At this price level, hardly anyone can supply sugar at a cost-covering level," said Gorissen, stressing at the same time: "Demand is rising continuously worldwide. Sugar is also an important ingredient in food and not easy to replace. We expect prices to rise in the medium term and are clearly focusing on sugar - from sugar beet and sugar cane". In order to remain competitive in the future and to grow further, Nordzucker has launched a comprehensive transformation process in its core business in Europe. As part of the sales strategy, the product and service portfolio will be adjusted, the organisation focused on core processes and costs, especially in administration, significantly reduced. Nordzucker is also entering the sugar cane business and plans to close the transaction with Australia's second-largest producer Mackay Sugar Limited in the near future. Nordzucker is thus not only opening up the stable Australian market but also securing access to the fastest-growing market in Asia. Jochen Johannes Juister, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Nordzucker AG, stressed in his presentation: "The general conditions for Nordzucker and its farmers have changed drastically. However, the company is still very stable and solidly positioned. As a member of the Supervisory Board, we fully support the strategy and the transformation process that has been initiated". Voting results
    The Annual General Meeting confirmed the company's course and approved the actions of the Management Board and Supervisory Board with a very large majority. The Annual General Meeting also elected Jochen Johannes Juister (Nordhastedt) almost unanimously to the Supervisory Board, as did Henrik Madsen (Padborg, Denmark) with a convincing majority as a member of the Supervisory Board of Nordzucker AG. All detailed voting results are also available on the Internet: www.nordzucker.de Constituent meeting of the Supervisory Board
    Following the Annual General Meeting, the newly elected Supervisory Board of Nordzucker AG at its constituent meeting. Jochen Johannes Juister was almost unanimously confirmed in his office as Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Nordzucker AG. Helmut Bleckwenn and Sigrun Krussmann were elected as deputies for the shareholder representatives and employee representatives respectively. Download PDF: Focus on sugar ?from beet and cane Background The Nordzucker Group, based in Braunschweig, Germany, is one of the leading sugar manufacturers in Europe. The Group also processes sugar beet into bioethanol and feed. Sustainability along the entire value chain is a top priority for the company. A total of 3,200 employees and 18 production and refinery facilities across the Group ensure excellent products and services, thus providing a strong foundation for further growth. For queries please do not hesitate to contact Tanja Schneider-Diehl via phone or mail.
    Fon: +49 531 2411-314
    Mail:  Tanja.schneider-Diehl@nordzucker.com ]]>
    Company Press releases Thu, 27 Jun 2019 00:00:00 +0200
    Joachim Rueger is new Head of Sugar factory in Clauen http://www.denn6.com//en/company/news-media/view/article/nordzucker-to-establish-a-business-services-centre-in-lithuania-kopie-1.html Joachim Rüger takes over the management of the Clauen plant with immediate effect. The... Safety, Health Environment and Quality (SHEQ) in the Nordzucker Group. He succeeds Elmar Kuhnt, who will once again concentrate fully on managing the plant in Nordstemmen. Dr. Arend Wittenberg, Head of Production I, explains: "I am delighted that Joachim Rüger, an experienced plant manager from Schladen and Uelzen and a production expert, is ready to take over the management of the Clauen plant. I wish him every success in his endeavor." "I am very happy to take on this new task since I already know well many of my colleagues. I'm looking forward to an excellent team and to good cooperation," explains Joachim Rüger, the new Head of sugar factory in Clauen. After the death of Zolt֙n TQth in March, Elmar Kuhnt temporarily took over the management of the neighboring plant in Clauen in addition to his responsibility as Head of sugar factory in Nordstemmen. "I would like to expressly thank Elmar Kuhnt for his commitment and energy, because the task has led to a considerable double burden. But I would also like to thank all my colleagues in Clauen who have shown great solidarity over the last few months," said Dr. Arend Wittenberg. Download Press release
    Joachim Rueger is new Head of Sugar factory in Clauen Background
    The Nordzucker Group, based in Braunschweig, Germany, is one of the leading sugar manufacturers in Europe. The Group also processes sugar beet into bioethanol and feed. Sustainability along the entire value chain is a top priority for the company. A total of 3,200 employees and 18 production and refinery facilities across the Group ensure excellent products and services, thus providing a strong foundation for further growth. For queries please do not hesitate to contact Tanja Schneider-Diehlvia phone or mail.
    Fon: +49 531 2411-314
    Mail: Tanja.Scheider-Diehl@Nordzucker.com ]]>
    Company Mon, 24 Jun 2019 00:00:00 +0200
    Nordzucker to establish a Business Services Centre in Lithuania http://www.denn6.com//en/company/news-media/view/article/nordzucker-to-establish-a-business-services-centre-in-lithuania.html Nordzucker establishes a new legal entity called Nordzucker Business Services in Lithuania. Nordzucker to establish a Business Services Centre in Lithuania Background
    The Nordzucker Group, based in Braunschweig, Germany, is one of the leading sugar manufacturers in Europe. The Group also processes sugar beet into bioethanol and feed. Sustainability along the entire value chain is a top priority for the company. A total of 3,200 employees and 18 production and refinery facilities across the Group ensure excellent products and services, thus providing a strong foundation for further growth. For queries please do not hesitate to contact Tanja Schneider-Diehlvia phone or mail.
    Fon: +49 531 2411-314
    Mail: Tanja.Scheider-Diehl@Nordzucker.com ]]>
    Company Mon, 03 Jun 2019 00:00:00 +0200
    2018/2019 balance sheet: Significant loss characterises the financial year http://www.denn6.com//en/company/news-media/view/article/20182019-balance-sheet-significant-loss-characterises-the-financial-year.html Strategic focus on sugar - Nordzucker about to enter cane sugar business
  • Operating loss of 58.1 million euros
  • Sales down 18 percent to EUR 1,354 million
  • Equity ratio of 66 percent at previous year's level
  • Nordzucker closed the 2018/19 financial year with a significant decline in revenues and an operating loss. This is the result of extreme market developments in the first full financial year without fixed quotas and minimum prices. In order to position the company profitably for the future, Nordzucker is focusing on sugar from beet and cane. The company also anticipates a loss for the current financial year. In the 2018/2019 financial year (reporting date 28 February), Nordzucker achieved group revenues of EUR 1,354 million, down 18 percent on the previous year (EUR 1,650 million). The operating result (EBIT) amounted to minus 58 million euros (previous year: EUR 154 million). Due to the extreme market situation, the financial year closed with a net loss for the year of minus EUR 36 million (previous year: EUR 118 million). Drastic fall in prices
    Overall, the market situation in the first full year after the end of the quota system was characterised by significant overproduction within the EU and on the world market, fierce competition and historically low prices. This development was mainly triggered by production expansions through state subsidies in India and Thailand and coupled payments for beet cultivation in many EU countries. Due to the earnings situation, a proposal will be made to Nordzucker AG's annual general meeting not to pay a dividend this year (previous year: EUR 1.20 per share). The company's net assets and financial position remain stable. At 66 percent, the equity ratio is solid and exactly at the level of the previous year. Net investment fell to EUR 260 million (previous year: net investment of EUR 308 million). Focus on sugar
    The sugar market offers good long-term prospects despite the current low price phase and the largely unbalanced discussion about sugar in nutrition. Nordzucker expects global demand to continue to rise. "In the medium term, we expect prices to recover. Our strategic focus is clearly on sugar from beet and cane. Because sugar is a global growth market in which we want to participate," stresses Dr Lars Gorissen. The EU remains the core market for Nordzucker. "Politicians, however, must create a level playing field for our sustainable sugar production." The opportunities arising from the consolidation that is taking place in the EU are also being examined. Transformation process launched
    In order to realign the company and make it profitable and competitive, Nordzucker launched a comprehensive transformation process last year. The main building blocks for the adjustment are the realignment of the sales strategy with an adjusted product and service portfolio, a leaner organisation focused on the core processes in the sugar business and the permanent reduction of costs in all areas. The focus here is on savings in administration. "The lowest possible costs are the basic precondition for stability and competitiveness in volatile markets," says Gorissen. Commitment to sugar cane business
    In February this year, Nordzucker agreed to acquire a 70 per cent stake in Mackay Sugar Limited (MSL), Australia's second-largest sugar producer, and is thus planning to enter the cane sugar production market outside Europe. The transaction is subject to the approval of MSL's shareholders and a number of other conditions. Nordzucker expects the transaction to be successfully completed. Outlook: Adapting to a new market environment
    For the 2019/2020 financial year, Nordzucker expects continued negative results due to persistently low prices. However, a steadily growing global sugar market promises better prices in the medium term. With its focus on its core business of beet and cane, Nordzucker believes it is well positioned for future growth in Europe and beyond. Download Press release
    2018/2019 balance sheet: Significant loss characterises the financial year Background
    The Nordzucker Group, based in Braunschweig, Germany, is one of the leading sugar manufacturers in Europe. The Group also processes sugar beet into bioethanol and feed. Sustainability along the entire value chain is a top priority for the company. A total of 3,200 employees and 18 production and refinery facilities across the Group ensure excellent products and services, thus providing a strong foundation for further growth. For queries please do not hesitate to contact Tanja Schneider-Diehlvia phone or mail.
    Fon: +49 531 2411-314
    Mail: Tanja.Scheider-Diehl@Nordzucker.com ]]>
    Company Thu, 23 May 2019 08:00:00 +0200
    2018/2019 balance sheet: Significant loss characterises the financial year http://www.denn6.com//en/company/news-media/view/article/20182019-balance-sheet-significant-loss-characterises-the-financial-year-1.html Strategic focus on sugar - Nordzucker about to enter cane sugar business Operating loss of 58.1... Strategic focus on sugar - Nordzucker about to enter cane sugar business
    • Operating loss of 58.1 million euros
    • Sales down 18 percent to EUR 1,354 million
    • Equity ratio of 66 percent at previous year's level 
    Nordzucker closed the 2018/19 financial year with a significant decline in revenues and an operating loss. This is the result of extreme market developments in the first full financial year without fixed quotas and minimum prices. In order to position the company profitably for the future, Nordzucker is focusing on sugar from beet and cane. The company also anticipates a loss for the current financial year. Read more in our current Annual Report
    Download Annual Report 2018/19]]>
    Shareholders Thu, 23 May 2019 00:00:00 +0200
    Nordzucker invests 100 million euro in Swedish sugar production http://www.denn6.com//en/company/news-media/view/article/nordzucker-invests-100-million-euro-in-swedish-sugar-production.html Nordzucker will concentrate its sugar production in Sweden at the factory in Örtofta and as part of... Nordzucker will concentrate its sugar production in Sweden at the factory in Örtofta and as part of this process the refinery in Arlöv will be closed. This was decided by the Executive Board and Supervisory Board of Nordzucker AG. Around 100 million euros will be invested in the strategy project, first steps have already been taken. The project is expected to be completed in autumn 2021.
    With the aim of further strengthening its competitiveness, Nordzucker invests 100 million euro in Swedish sugar production. The investment means that the production in Arlöv is moved to Örtofta and that the factory in Arlöv is subsequently closed. However, before that, a number of major investments must be in place. These involve both new production methods and new technology and are also an investment in the environment. The first steps have already been taken with an extensive modernisation of Örtofta's sugarhouse which will be completed before the 2019 campaign. In the years to come, the investments will include building a high rack warehouse, rebuilding the service center, and a new liquid and syrup facility. “We have come far in the planning and I look forward to being now ready for the next stage. With the consolidation, we not only ensure a long-term sustainable structure in Sweden, we also get a modern factory with efficient energy-optimized production and significant savings in the long term. An important step to position ourselves as a stable, profitable and competitive player in the sugar market? says Axel Aumüller, Chief Operation Officer in Nordzucker. “I am very pleased that on basis of the decision we, in close cooperation with our beet growers, ensures the deliveries of Swedish sugar to our customers for the future," says Katarina Silfversparre, Managing Director for the Swedish subsidiary Nordic Sugar AB and continues: "The consolidation will mean a reduction in the number of employees in the Swedish operations. It means a lot to me that we can handle this and the closure of the factory in Arlöv with internal relocation and natural retirement? Significant climate benefits
    The investments mean that energy consumption in the Swedish sugar production can be reduced by 20 per cent and CO2 emissions by 18,000 tonnes per year. In addition, more rational logistics mean that transport by truck can be reduced by 3,200 per year, and an increased part of the transports can be done by rail. Together with the silo, inaugurated in 2017, and the energy-efficiency measures implemented in Örtofta in recent years, the new investments mean that the company has invested around 150 million euro in strategic projects to secure the competitiveness of Swedish sugar production in the future. Download PDF
    Nordzucker invests 100 million euro in Swedish sugar production Background
    The Nordzucker Group, based in Braunschweig, Germany, is one of the leading sugar manufacturers in Europe. The Group also processes sugar beet into bioethanol and animal feed. Sustainability along the entire value chain is a top priority for the company. A total of 3,200 employees and 18 production and refinery facilities across the Group ensure excellent products and services, thus providing a strong foundation for further growth. For queries please do not hesitate to contact Tanja Schneider-Diehl via phone or mail.
    Fon: +49 531 2411-314
    Mail: Tanja.schneider-Diehl@nordzucker.com ]]>
    Company Press releases Tue, 19 Mar 2019 00:00:00 +0100
    Nordzucker grieves for Zolt֙n TQth http://www.denn6.com//en/company/news-media/view/article/nordzucker-grieves-for-zoltan-toth.html On 9 March 2019, the Head of sugar factory Clauen Zolt֙n TQth (51). Nordzucker mourns the loss of... Nordzucker grieves for Zolt֙n TQth ]]> Company Press releases Fri, 15 Mar 2019 13:25:00 +0100
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