KSC was established in the year 1975 to secure sugar production for the Arab World. Its founders could not have envisaged that thirty years on, the same venture would be the leading integrated sugar company in the world, producing 400,000 tonnes of sugar per annum, 60 Million liters of ethanol and other by-products. ...
A renewable green source of food and energy.
UN food research shows that KSC can double or triple its food production in the short term, showing Africa the way to alleviate food scarcity. Led by Kenana, a modern, multinational public-private-partnership, the great farmlands of the Nile will partner with globalized finance, modern technology and knowledge-management to do the job.
Sugar, bio-energy, animal feed and meat production. Invest in agriculture value chain such as animal feed and logistics. Becoming a reliable provider of integrated solutions in the agriculture and agro-industrial sectors.
The most important strength point of Kenana is the shareholder base diversification which has a positive impact on the improvement of the business. As sugar industry has always attracted Foreign Direct Investments (FDI), strong, regional shareholder base includes blue chip institutions and government entities were being part of Kenana shareholders. Those are from Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, The Arabe Invsetment Company and the Arab Authority for Agriculture Investment, additional to Sudanese financial institutions.