What’s Next in the Global Cane Industry?

Posted November 06, 2018 07:00:00The world’s leading cane producers are busy planning their next major development.

Cane industry experts at CaneWorld are discussing what’s next in the global cane industry.

CaneWorld Senior Managing Director David Foye said, “It’s a great time to be an independent cane producer, and the cane industry is poised to take off again.

We see a very positive trend for the future of cane production.

Crop production is still the best in the world and is growing in a sustainable way.”

Foye says that global demand for cane is expected to grow over 50% annually through 2020, and that this trend will continue.

Foyee says, “Cane has a lot of potential for the world, and it will be a key player in a growing global economy.

We have to keep that in mind, because the global market is expected not only to grow, but to double in the next decade.”

Froye said that global production of cane is set to double between 2020 and 2040.

He says that this is due to a combination of factors, including increased demand for energy and technology, a reduction in environmental degradation due to global climate change, and advancements in technology that allow for improved yields and yield-rate.

Foyee expects that global cane production to triple in the same period.

The industry is currently experiencing significant supply and demand challenges, but he said, “[Cane production] is resilient, and is in fact, growing faster than demand for it.

The cane industry has been able to take advantage of technological advancements, like the technology used in the CaneCat system to deliver more than one ton of cane per hectare per year.

That’s a phenomenal growth rate.

We think we’re going to continue to see this trend continue.”

He said that cane production has been increasing at a rapid pace in the last three years, with a record increase in 2017 and 2018.

Froye says this is “a very good sign that demand for the cane is picking up.

We’re going back to what we were doing three years ago, and we’re seeing a lot more of that.”

Frye added that the industry is already experiencing a growing supply chain, and has already seen its supply chains increase dramatically since the global economic downturn.

He said that the current crop of cane that’s in the field will be available to be harvested in two years, and will be able to be processed and processed again in four years.

Froy, who is based in California, says that there are many challenges ahead, but there are also many opportunities.

He explained that there is a need for increased demand and increased supply, and said that he believes there is room for the industry to grow at a faster pace than it is right now.

Fry, who also heads the International Alliance of Cane Growers, has been in the industry for over 30 years.

He is a founding member of Canescape, a global alliance of growers and processors, and serves as president of the International Cane Alliance.

Fries said that Caneworld is “very much a collaborative enterprise” and believes that the global industry is set for a long and prosperous future.

He added that he hopes that growers around the world will continue to work together to find the best solutions for their production.

He said, “”It’s not a question of whether it’s going to work, it’s whether we can do it and make a difference in the future, because we’re all working on the same challenges, and I think we have a lot to learn from each other.

We are all going to learn how to make it work.

“Fries added that cane is a “key ingredient” in global food production, and he hopes to see more and more producers work together on a collaborative basis to create a sustainable, resilient, resilient industry.

He hopes that by working together, farmers will see the benefits of a sustainable future.