Fiji Sugar Corporation Chief Executive Graham Clark says the combined pound to date is five percent higher than a year ago.
Clark says factory execution has likewise been exceptional than the previous two seasons.
He says sugar creation of 128,285 tons was influenced somewhat by the downpour.
Clark says they are presently stacking the last majority of sugar for send out.
“We are caught up with stacking the last vessel which will be the fifth vessel that is gone out this year with Fiji Sugar and that vessel will convey 30,000 tons to the UK and they will finish stacking constantly.”
More than 32,000 tons of stick was squashed at the Lautoka, Rarawai and Labasa plant a week ago.
The devastating season is required to wrap up by end of November.