Being an innovative organization, committed to our stakeholders, transforming sugarcane into profitable businesses generating value and well-being through diversification and excellence.
To innovate and succeed in the sustainable and efficient transformation of sugarcane and its derivatives in solutions for the world’s consumers.
Decent and fair treatment, listening before answering and being empathic
We are enthusiastic and persistent until we find a solution to our problems
We are congruent with our values , doing what we say and recognize our mistakes looking for solutions
We plan and organize ourselves by working in as a result-oriented team
We question our paradigms proposing solutions and improvements that allow us to find new ways of doing things
We communicate simply and effectively without complicating things with the least effort
We lead by example and take care of others by accomplishing our policies and procedures
The center has 14 hectares dedicated to generating knowledge on different cane varieties. More than 50 varieties of sugarcane from different parts of the world are currently under evaluation.
Since 2002 we began to reproduce material in the plant tissue laboratory, guaranteeing its varietal purity and health, to have an optimum evaluation of varieties as well as to provide quality seed for our farmers.
The laboratory is a center for research and production of biotechnology solutions to help control the effects of pests on sugarcane crops, guaranteeing their effectiveness and protection to the environment and human welfare. Its work seeks to produce organisms that can help cane cultivation to overcome stress conditions such as drought and nutritional deficiencies.
Continual efforts to overcome agricultural challenges has led La Cabaña Sugar Mill to constantly innovate, identifying and implementing solutions ranging from, for example, changing transport systems that allow more efficient transportation from the field to the mill while complying with applicable regulations, to modifications in cane fields to optimize their yields, both in the field and during milling.
These solutions are becoming more complex, demanding, among other things, the incorporation of technology in such a way as to ensure their effective implementation with a high level of precision.