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How to Obtain Molasses Permit in Kenya

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How to Obtain Molasses Permit in Kenya by Kenyans247(m): Sun Feb 2020 07:33am
Procedure
Applications for molasses permits should be submitted from the 1st November of each year until 31st January of the following year.

The applications for permits by all users should be made through the local administration and livestock or agricultural officers Permit are issued only if all the required information has been submitted in the prescribed forms and that Kenya Sugar Board is satisfied that the applicant intends to use the molasses for the specified purpose.

Permit processing fees is chargeable at KShs. 100 and KShs. 200 per tonne for local and import or export monthly molasses supply respectively.

Kenya Sugar Board informs all applicants of the success or otherwise of their applications using the applicants postal address within 28 days after the closure of applications in each year. The decision of the board is deemed to be final.

Required Documents
Source & Quantity/Justification of molasses applied for
Endorsement of application by local administration, agriculture or livestock officer.

Office Locations & Contacts
Kenya Sugar Board
Physical Address: Sukari Plaza, Upper Kabete Off Waiyaki Way
Postal Address: P.O. Box 51500-00200 Nairobi Kenya
City: Nairobi City County
Tel: +254-020-8018750-3 / 2023316-8
Mobile: +254 722-203127/ 8, 733-333378/ 9
Fax: +254 20 2021277
Hotline: 0707349908
Email Address: info@kenyasugar.co.ke
Website: http://www.kenyasugar.co.ke
Operating Hours: 8.00 am-1.00 pm / 2.00 pm to 5.00pm
Directions: View Directions http://www.businesslicense.or.ke/index.php/license/googlemap?office_type=1&id=84
Branches http://www.kenyasugar.co.ke/new/index.php/contact-details

Eligibility
Molasses permits are issued to qualified applicants including registered industrial manufacturers who require molasses in their processes, livestock farmers, registered traders and registered exporters.



Fees
Application Fee: No Fee

License Fee: KShs 100/=mt per year up to Kshs 6,000/= mt. Above 6,000, a flat rate of Kshs 70,000/= per year



Validity
1 year



Documents to Use
Application form for a molasses permit

Processing Time
28 days

Instructions
Agency: Kenya Sugar Board

Contact Office: Office of the Director Sukari Plaza

Resolution Criteria:

If the applicant does not adduce the documentation requested for;
If the applicant has previously engaged in fraudulent molasses procurement activities and illegal utilization of the same;
If applicant does not have the relevant authorization from the local authority of agriculture/livestock officer.


Required Information
Name of the applicant
Postal address
Telephone number(s)
Physical address
Names and addresses of directors (where the applicant is a registered company)
Source and quantity (weight) of molasses required per year
Preferred mode of transport from factory
Intended use of molasses
Justification of the quantity of molasses requested
Endorsement by local administration, livestock or agricultural officer
Certification by the applicant
Signature
Witness (name, address and signature)

Need for the Document
Molasses Permit is a permit issued by the Kenya Sugar Board to successful applicants who want to procure molasses from local sugar companies.


Information which might help
Guidelines for molasses permit application

These guidelines are mandatory to all persons or corporate bodies making an application to Kenya Sugar Board for molasses procurement permits.

No permit shall be issued unless all the required information has been submitted in the prescribed forms and that Kenya Sugar Board is satisfied that the applicant intends to use the molasses for the specified purpose.
Applications for molasses permits shall be submitted from the 1st November of each year until 31st January of the following year.
Permit processing fees shall be chargeable at KShs. 100 and KShs. 200 per tonne for local and import or export monthly molasses supply respectively.
No applications shall be considered outside this period unless the supply of molasses is in excess of the demand indicated by the applications received in the period specified and which satisfy the criteria set by the board.
Molasses permits shall be issued to qualified applicants including registered industrial manufacturers who require molasses in their processes, livestock farmers, registered traders and registered exporters.
The quantity of molasses requested by each applicant shall be in line with the size of business to which the molasses is intended.
The applications for permits by all users shall be made through the local administration and livestock or agricultural officers.
All imports and exports shall be subject to lice4nsng in accordance with sugar and by-products (imports and exports) regulations of 2004.
All permit and license holders shall file molasses returns with KSB before the 31st of December of each permit validity year.
The Kenya Sugar Board shall base its decisions on the national molasses stocks and distribution and the long-term interest of the sugar and related industries when issuing molasses permits.
Kenya Sugar Board shall endeavour to inform all applicants of the success or otherwise of their applications using the applicants postal address within 28 days after the closure of applications in each year. The decision of the board shall be deemed to be final.
If unsatisfied, applicants may appeal to the minister for agriculture in writing within 28 days of the decision.
If unsatisfied with the outcome of the appeal, the applicant(s) shall be free to seek arbitration through the Sugar Industry Tribunal as set up under the sugar act 2001.
All permits issued shall expire on 31st December each year.
All applications shall be made using Form KSB/ST/F03

Other uses of the Document/Certificate
Purpose: Permit to procure molasses from local sugar companies


External Links
Molasses Permit http://www.businesslicense.or.ke/index.php/license/details/id/179

Ministry of Agriculture Livestock & Fisheries http://www.kilimo.go.ke/

Kenya Sugar Board Service Charter http://www.kenyasugar.co.ke/new/images/SERVICE%20CHARTER%202014.pdf

Kenya Sugar Board (KSB) http://www.kenyasugar.co.ke/

Others
The Kenya Sugar Board (KSB) is the regulatory body of the Sugar Industry, established on 1st April, 2002, under the Sugar Act 2001, succeeding the defunct Kenya Sugar Authority. The mandate of the Kenya Sugar Board as stipulated in Section 4 (1) and 4 (2) of the Sugar Act 2001 is as follows:

Regulate, develop and promote the Sugar Industry.
Co-ordinate the activities of individuals and organizations within the industry.
Facilitate equitable access to the benefits and resources of the industry by all interested parties.
The Kenya Sugar Board is charged with the responsibility of regulating, developing and promoting the Kenya Sugar Industry. Its specific roles are to:

Co-ordinate the activities of individuals and organizations within the industry;
Facilitate the equitable access to the benefits and resources of the industry by all interested parties;
Formulate and implement overall policies and plans for the development of the industry;
Act as an intermediary between the Government and the industry;
Facilitate the flow of research findings to interested parties;
Monitor the domestic market in to identify and advice on any distortions in the sugar market;
Facilitate the arbitration of disputes among interested parties;
Facilitate the export of Local sugar;
Promote and encourage the use of environment friendly technologies in the industry;
Provide advisory services to growers and millers;
Facilitate an equitable mechanism for the pricing of sugar-cane and appropriation of proceeds from the disposal of the by-products of sugar production between growers and millers;
Represent the industry in other organizations that are relevant to the promotion of the industry;
Oversee the formulation of standard provisions governing the mutual rights and obligations of growers and millers;
Collect collate and analyze industry statistics and maintain a database for the industry; and
Promote the efficiency and development of the industry through the establishment of appropriate institutional linkages.

Source https://www.wikiprocedure.com/index.php?title=Kenya_-_Obtain_Molasses_Permit

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