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QSL Updates

February 2011

In a 2010 season update released today by QSL (Queensland Sugar Limited), the sugar exporter assesses the extreme weather conditions during the 2010 season and the impacts on the industry of the 25 per cent drop in raw sugar export volumes in 2010. Read more
QSL (Queensland Sugar Limited) has completed a further assessment of damage caused by tropical cyclone Yasi. All QSL staff are safe. Read more
QSL (Queensland Sugar Limited) is pleased to report that all QSL employees in areas affected by tropical cyclone Yasi are safe. Read more

January 2011

QSL has made a donation to the Queensland Premier’s Disaster Relief Appeal to support those Queenslanders affected by the recent devastating floods. Read more

December 2010

Today, QSL (Queensland Sugar Limited) confirmed its export program was on track despite the difficult season, with a Pool payment to miller suppliers of $35 million on 15 December and harvest and financing assistance being offered to the industry. Read more

November 2010

At its Annual General Meeting (AGM) today, QSL (Queensland Sugar Limited) reported an outstanding performance in 2009/10, including a record high Seasonal Pool return of $508.77 per tonne, a record operating surplus Read more
QSL (Queensland Sugar Limited) today announced it was downgrading its forecast for sugar exports from an initial estimate of 2.9-3.0 million metric tonnes to closer to 2.6 million metric tonnes Read more

October 2010

QSL (Queensland Sugar Limited) Chairman Alan Winney was last night named as the NAB Agribusiness Awards Leader of the Year for his significant contribution to Australian agriculture over the past 35 years. Read more

September 2010

QSL (Queensland Sugar Limited) today announced the shipment of the 20 millionth tonne of high quality Australian raw sugar to customers in South Korea. Read more

August 2010

QSL (Queensland Sugar Limited) today announced it was increasing its upper end forecast for the 2010 Seasonal Sugar Pool to $475 per tonne IPS. Read more