Bibi Haniffa posted:ksazma posted:
Maybe DDL should invest in their own estate by acquiring a viable one to support its molasses needs. It is not the most practical approach but nothing is practical in Guyana. That would still be better than importing all the way from India.
They were given the first opportunity to buy Skeldon.
They should. The price may have come down too. While JIT is ideal, it is not always practical so producers hope that components of their products are readily available. When I worked for Siemens back in the early '90s, we had a machine shop where we used raw wires to make flexible leads that goes from the pacemaker to the heart. Now that flexible lead was rubber coated. That rubber coating came from a candle-like material which we melted and molded into a coating sleeve for the lead. The image is stamped St. Jude as Siemens sold the operation to St. Jude in 1994. But when I was there, most of the pacemakers were fully assembled in our Sylmar, CA factory.