Executive Sponsors

Bonsucro is delighted to count on the support of the following sponsors for Bonsucro Global Week 2019:

Executive Sponsors

ED&F Man

Established in 1783, ED&F Man is one of the world’s leading providers of agricultural commodities, logistics and financial services. We trade sugar, coffee, molasses, animal feed and pulses.

Employee-owned, we have over 7,000 people working in over 60 countries. Corporate Social Responsibility is ingrained in our culture. We are passionate about sustainable production, responsible sourcing, environmental stewardship and actively support the communities in which we work.

Our five core values define who we are and guide our behaviour: Respect, Integrity, Meritocracy, Client Focus, Entrepreneurship.

As a founding member of Bonsucro and one of the first trading companies to become Chain of Custody Certified, ED&F Man has actively supported Bonsucro since its inception. We continue to support industry efforts to enhance the responsible and sustainable production of sugarcane.


Executive Sponsors
Corbion logo 2013


Corbion is the global market leader in lactic acid, lactic acid derivatives, and a leading company in emulsifiers, functional enzyme blends, minerals, vitamins and algae ingredients. We develop sustainable ingredient solutions to improve the quality of life for people today and for future generations.

For over 100 years, we have been uncompromising in our commitment to safety, quality, innovation and performance. Drawing on our deep application and product knowledge, we work side-by-side with customers to make our cutting edge technologies work for them. Our solutions help differentiate products in markets such as food, home & personal care, animal nutrition, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and bioplastics.

In 2017, Corbion generated annual sales of € 891.7 million and had a workforce of 1,794 FTE. Corbion is listed on Euronext Amsterdam.


Executive Sponsors

Mitr Phol

For over 60 relentless years, Mitr Phol Group has continuously dedicated tremendous effort into progressive researches, fused with groundbreaking innovation, to significantly improve Thai agriculture and sugar cane farming to internationally recognized standards, in an approach called Mitr Phol Modern Farm.

Today, to align with the extraordinary potential of Thai agricultural economy,
Mitr Phol Group has fully initiated a corporate strategy to take the organization towards the future – from sugar cane and bio-power manufacturer to a biotechnology conglomerate that embraces various fields such as producing biodegradable products and packaging, nutrients for animals and humans, as well as cosmetic goods, dietary supplements, and medicinal components to boost Thai economy, and promote the doctrine of sustainability in Thai agricultural industry.


Bonsucro Inspire Awards 2019 Sponsors

ACT Commodities

Who is ACT?

Since 2009, ACT Commodities has been helping businesses around the world buy and sell environmental commodities for compliance and voluntary purposes.

ACT is headquartered in Amsterdam, Netherlands with offices in New York and China. From these three locations ACT serves more than 5,000 customers all over the world, helping companies achieve environmental compliance and meet voluntary environmental goals.

Why sponsor the event?

ACT Commodities wants to be part and effectively add value to the Bonsucro journey towards more responsible produced sugarcane. Our unique experience and proven success in similar markets covering both agriculture, energy and the carbon sector has clearly shown that we can create a win–win situation between both producers as buyers, who wants to support certified production in a direct way thanks to the Bonsucro Credit Trading System.

ACT and Bonsucro Credits

Bonsucro’s Credit Trading System is an opportunity for companies to meet their sustainable sourcing goals, support certified Bonsucro mills and invest in continuous improvement to address key issues. Bonsucro members can buy Bonsucro Credits, and then make a public claims.

ACT Commodities is making this system even easier and more impactful through supporting and promoting true collaboration between certified producers end interested buyers. ACT Commodities has worked in a similar manner with other sustainability standards to increase credit trades and deliver impact. ACT developed its unique way of approaching credit schemes by, for example, supporting and developing the Round Table for Responsible Soy (RTRS).

How can ACT help?

ACT facilitates Bonsucro Credit purchases between certified sugarcane mills and corporate companies, creating value through simplicity for all parties involved, helping them with their strategy, executing, marketing and translating the impact of their action from the producer to the end customer.
If you’re interested in purchasing Bonsucro Credits, you can get in touch with ACT’s Jorn Schouten at JSchouten@actcommodities.com

Bag Sponsor: TRR / SADA

The Thai Roong Ruang Group of Companies (TRR Group) has started the sugar business since the end of the Second World War. During that period, Thailand was confronting with a sugar shortage crisis, and thereby the private sector was encouraged by the Government to set up sugar factories in order to tackle the crisis. Due to the high costs of imported machinery and equipment, Mr. Suree Asadathorn, locally known as “Thao Kae Lin” and externally  named as “Thailand’s King of Sugar”, successfully invented the equipment for sugar production by his own knowledge and skills in steel lathing without the need to import any machinery and equipment from abroad. With his patience and perseverance, the first sugar factory, called Ruam Kam Larp Sugar Factory (i.e. Ruam Kam Larp Co., LTD.) was successfully founded on 7 May 1946, located at soi Prompong, beside Saen Saeb canal in Bangkok. This sugar factory is widely acknowledged as the first private-owned sugar factory in Thailand.

Over the past 70 years, the TRR Group has continually engaged in various business activities, including research, invention, modification and improvement for the better efficiency of machinery and equipment in our production process, and thereby the better sugar quality for our customers. Nowadays, the TRR Group is known as the leading sugar manufacturer and exporter of Thailand. The TRR Group has also expanded our core business to other related business areas, which include the ethanol business, the biomass power business, the machinery business, the river wharf and warehouse business.

With the TRR Group’s strict quality control and the ongoing commitment to creatively learn and technologically develop for its continuous product quality, our sugar business has grown family and consistently. TRR Group have been widely recognized as the leader in sugar industry and gained trust from both domestic and international customers and traders.