A sugar factory is a highly complex system. Over the years, the domestic sugar industry has experienced periods of downsizing: certain obsolete systems were divested, others were re-engineered, expanding the structures, machinery and material flows. Sadam Engineering has been involved in many of the modernisation projects, both in planning and implementation.
With the introduction of standards for pollutant emissions in the atmosphere fixed by the Kyoto Protocol, Sadam Engineering has further concentrated its work on improving the energy efficiency of its systems. Furthermore, we are actively involved in industrial reconversion projects for obsolete systems following the approval of the new CMO Regulation.
These are ambitious projects that seek to create new production processes for products with high added value, reusing, to the extent possible, existing production sites and structures.