Chemelil Sugar Company is located along the Awasi-Nandi Hills road in Nyando District of Nyanza province, approximately 50 kms from Kisumu City.
It was established in 1965 as a private limited company and later became a parastatal in 1974.
When the Company was set up in 1965, it had two major objectives:
- To produce high quality mill white sugar as part of a national strategy for achieving self-sufficiency in food production; and
- To contribute towards the integrated national economic development within Western Kenya.
At that time, the Government adopted an import substitution strategy, which aimed at protection of local industry.
But changes in government’s business policy have necessitated the company to change and reflect a new corporate direction, with the principal objectives focusing on:
- Efficiency in Production and Service Delivery
- High Turnover and Returns to Shareholders
- Profit maximisation
- Stimulation of Economic Development
The above objectives are being pursued while paying close attention to issues of Environmental management guidelines, good corporate governance and gender rights.
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AGRICULTURE CABINET SECRETARY URGES POORLY PERFOMING SUGAR COMPANIES TO BE EFFICIENT IN SUGAR PRODUCTION AND WARNS AGAINST RELIANCE ON GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL BAILOUTS
By Bosco Magare
Public owned sugar companies have been warned that the government will no longer bailout poorly performing mills including other state enterprises and urged milles to enhance efficiency of factories to produce more sugar for the market....full story on cabinet secretary's comments continued in Corporate Docudents.
Photo caption: Cabinet Secretary (CS) for Agriculture, Livestock & Fisheries Mr. Willy Bett (in grey suit) flanked by Chemelil Sugar Company Managing Director Mr. Charles Owelle (on CS's immediate left) poses for a group photo with the Company's top Management team during his recent familiarization visit to the company. By Bosco Magare
Photo caption: Cabinet Secretary for Agriculture, Livestock & Fisheries Mr. Willy Bett (extreme left) landed at Chemelil Sports Complex Stadium in a chopper and was received by Chemelil Sugar Company Managing Director Mr. Charles Owelle (extreme right) and Agriculture Food & Fisheries Authority (AFFA) Interim Director General Mr. Alfred Busolo (second from right) at the start of his recent famliarization tour of the company. By Bosco Magare
Photo caption: Cabinet Secretary for Agriculture, Livestock & Fisheries Mr. Willy Bett (seated extreme right in suit) flanked by Chemelil Sugar Company Managing Director Mr. Charles Owelle ( forefront left) addresses Chemelil Zone cane farmers and transporters in the Company Boardroom during his recent facmiliarization visit of the firm. Photo By Bosco Magare
Photo caption: Cabinet Secretary (CS) for Agriculture, Livestock & Fisheries Mr. Willy Bett (extreme left) is received at Chemelil Sports Complex Stadium where his chopper landed. The CS is received by Chemelil Sugar Company Managing Director Mr. Charles Owelle, flanked by AFFA Interim Director General Mr. Alfred Busolo. Photo By BoscoMagare
COMPANY PUBLIC COMPLAINTS COMMITTEE SENSITIZES EMPLOYEES AND STAKEHOLDERS ON SERVICE
By Chairman Public Complaints Committee
The Company Public Complaints Committee encourages employees and stakeholders to use the appropriate complaint form available in this Website to seek resolution and feedback on any issue.
Employees and stakeholders use of the forum and interaction with the same will provide the company with requisite feedback that is vital in enhancing organization service delivery.
For more information, especially on the procedure of lodging complaints, employees and stakeholders are requested to visit the Company Public Complaints Committee Secretariat domiciled in the Management Accountant’s office located on the first floor of the Chemelil Sugar Company Limited’s Main Administration Block.