Drugb posted:Django posted:
You don't know squat about the Sugar Industry,i grew up on one of the Estates,my mother and father [Driver] worked there, my cousins,brother and my self worked a few years as a casual worker, also i was a GAWU representative for the casual gang.As a matter of fact the estates were more productive in those days.
Suh haul your ass,you left Guyana at an early age.
You grew up only knowing the antiquated way of manufacturing. This does not mean you know about the modern techniques. One does not have to be a cane cutter to understand technology.
Banna haul your ass talk to some one else.
Mechanical harvesting was tried and abondoned at Uitvlught Estate the reason was,the bed orientation had to be changed which was not an easy task,one of the major cost in the industry is the polder system,after i left had friends who were Estate,Factory Managers and Supervisors,some of my family worked in the office.
The Sugar Industry can become profitable,if Mechanized,lots of work i think it can be be done.