Dangote Sugar Refinery Plc (“Dangote Sugar” or “DSR”) is a household name in the sugar refining sector of the Nigerian Food and Beverage Industry.
Our entry into the sugar business is dated back to the 1970s with the import and sale of sugar by our parent company, Dangote Industries Limited.
Today, Dangote Sugar is a leading brand that has made a remarkable impact on the Nigerian sugar sector. Our sugar refining facility at Apapa is the largest in Sub-Saharan Africa, with 1.44MT per annum installed capacity. Our core competences include:
Our business provides key value added support services for our customers including Logistics, Supply Chain Management, Credit and Risk Advice, Sales and Merchandising.
We operate to international standards of food production, health and safety and have been honoured with numerous awards for our quality standards.
Dangote Sugar Refinery Plc was listed on the main board of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) in March, 2007.
With more than 100,000 shareholders, the authorized share capital of DSR Plc is 15 billion shares of 50 kobo each.
Our senior executives bring tremendous experience, visionary thinking and a shared commitment to
excellence, creativity, and innovation to the day to day operation of the company.
Our goal is to produce 1.5 million tonnes of refined sugar every year from locally grown sugarcane within the next ten years; while we continue to sustain and improve our existing refining operations as necessary.
Pursuing this goal will ensure that Dangote Sugar becomes a global force in sugar production, for the benefit of all our shareholders and Nigeria.
The “Sugar For Nigeria” Project.
Dangote Sugar Refinery Plc, is an integral part of the Federal Government of Nigeria’s National Sugar Development Master Plan. In 2012, Dangote Sugar committed to becoming an integrated sugar business, serving local and export markets from integrated sugarcane plantations and factories across Nigeria, over the next 10 years.
Our goal is to achieve the capacity to produce 1.5 million tonnes of refined sugar annually from sugarcane plantations covering more than 150,000 hectares of land across a number of sites in Nigeria. This step will move Dangote Sugar from a port-based refining to fully integrated sugar production within Nigeria, thereby helping Nigeria to achieve self-sufficiency in sugar production, and create over 100,000 new employment opportunities.
The first phase of the project is at an advanced stage with the rehabilitation and expansion of Dangote Sugar, integrated sugar estate at Numan, in Adamawa State; reintroduction of a robust out-growers scheme and the charting of a sustainable community relations and development initiatives guided by consultations and engagements with the local communities.
In addition, acquisition of other integrated sites at other locations close to suitable land with good irrigation, and our key markets have begun and the engagement of the required technical competence for the project is ongoing.