Gia Binh Joint Stock Company (Gia Binh JSC) is established under the law of Vietnam, engaging in the export of ethanol, trade, service, real estate and educational consultancy. Gia BInh JSC has an edge on other companies because it was established by a group of self–motivated founding members who possess commercial sensibilities and have expertise and experience in the registered areas of practice of the company, and the capability to conduct fast capital mobilization.
After more than 6 operating and developing years, Gia Binh JSC was established and placed itseft in the domestic and international markets.
With the edge of export of ethanol products, Gia Binh JSC is one of the leading Vietnamese companies which has introduced purified ethanol product in Vietnam with a worldwide market. Regarding to the various kinds of ethanol (95％ made from cassava, 96％ made from molasses, various quality (used in industry, i,e, food, cosmetic, medicine, biological energy manufacturer),we have exported ethanol to 15 countries around the world such as Australia, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Laos, Egypt, Sri Lanka, Israel, Keynia, Syria, Bangladesh and Yemen
- Gia Binh SC supplies ethanol 96％ min quality ENA made from molasses with food grade which is suitable fcosmetic, medicine manufacture and biology technology.
200 MT per month equivalent with 250,000 liters per month
Definition of molasses
Molasses is a residue from sugar refining. When cane beet sugar is produced it leaves behind a thick, treacle brown gluey liquid that has many uses. Made up of sugar, water, mineral salts and nitrogenous substances molasses is sold as black treacle when it is from cane sugar and can be used in many types of baking and cooking.
Sugar canes are completely grilled, filtered and poured into boilers together with distilled water. The temperature increases to boil them into 〝cooked rice〝. Saccharification begins then when the temperature has decreased. After a few hours, the saccharificated fluid is transferred to the system of fermentation tanks, which operate all day and night. In these tanks, the saccharificated fluid is completely fermented into so–called “ripe wine vinegar” which is distilled in toweled patent–still. The outcome is standard purified alcohol.