MSF Sugar has a 124-year heritage in Australia and a future that centres on being a leader in the biofutures sector. With multi-million dollar investments in green power plants, novel farming systems and agricultural infrastructure, together with our grower partners we are forging ahead with a re-imagining of the sugarcane industry.
Our Corporate Head Office is located in Gordonvale just south of Cairns and our major milling assets are located in Far North Queensland and the Fraser Coast region in South East Queensland. Internationally, we are part of the Thai-based Mitr Phol Group.
Our current assets include four sugar mills, which are located at Gordonvale, South Johnstone, Atherton Tablelands and Maryborough, supporting infrastructure (including cane railway networks), agricultural property and water rights to support our cane growing activities.
In addition to our milling and farming operations, we are currently building a $75M green energy power station at our Tableland Sugar Mill. On completion in 2018, the power station will use a 100 per cent renewable sugarcane fibre known as bagasse to produce 24 megawatts of electricity - enough to power every house in the Atherton Tableland region.