Working towards increasing cane productivity, managing profitability and controlling disease and pests
Innisfail Babinda Cane Productivity Services Ltd's core business is to enhance the productivity of the sugar industry. Its mission is to improve the quantity and quality of sugar cane grown in the Innisfail Babinda districts, in an environmentally sustainable and economically viable manner.
Current Board of Directors
In 2018 IBCPSL welcomed two new faces to the companies Board of Directors. The board is made up of two mill directors, 6 growers directors and one independent director.
Image to the right: Paul Cecchi, Ken Hall, Steven Bonso, Desley Vella, Wayne Gattera (IBCPSL Deputy Chairman), Alf Strano, Mick Ward (IBCPSL Chairman). Absent: John Casale, Andrew Wood.
At IBCPSL, we are a small team but we work efficiently and effectively always putting our growers first.
Image to the left: Staff and Board of Directors at 2018 Awards Night. Bianca Spannagle (Manager and Extension Officer), Pauline Diprose (Company Secretary and Financial Officer), Joshua Brook (Chemical Retail and Advice), Absent: Rick Ericson (Pest Management Officer)
IBCPSL service 270 growers, who supply MSF Sugar PTY LTD, throughout the cane growing districts of Fishery Falls through to Silkwood. IBCPSL are privileged to work with a diverse range of growers in age and farm size, which keeps every day different for both our staff and our growers.
Image to the Right: 2017 Season Productivity Awards Night Winners.
What is a Cane Productivity Service?
Innisfail Babinda Cane Productivity Services Ltd is a not-for-profit company and is funded by a levee fee paid by our local growers and millers. The company works towards increasing cane productivity, managing profitability and controlling disease and pests, along with providing a reliable and honest chemical retail service.
- IBCPSL Constitution
- IBCPSL AGM Notice 2019 (TBA)
Careers in the Local Sugar Industry
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