Even as the government remains mum on the reasons for the decision, the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo) has invited persons to invest in some 25 per cent of the corporation’s lands to plant sugar cane and supply it to their Albion, Blairmont, Rose Hall, and Uitvlugt estates, according to a request for Expressions of Interest.
“The Guyana Sugar Corporation Inc.( GuySuCo) invites eligible, qualified and experienced individuals, companies or consortiums to indicate their interest in cultivating and delivering sugar canes to the factories in a private sector managed arrangement,” the notice states.
“The lands to be cultivated are owned and or controlled by GuySuCo and authorization will be granted to the successful parties to produce sugar canes. On these designated lands, the private sector is expected to harvest and deliver the sugar canes to the factories at Albion, Rose Hall, Blairmont and Uitvlugt Estates,” it adds.
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