Job alerts from American Sugar Refining
Never miss new job openings
No, I'm not interested
bell icon
3.1
4 ratings
4.0
Salary & Benefits
2.0
Professional growth
3.3
Work-Life balance
3.0
Recognition & Support
3.0
Culture & Values
Join the Conversation and  or

With an annual production capacity of 6 million metric tonnes of sugar, ASR Group International, Inc. is the world's refiner and marketer of cane sugar. With a strong focus on innovation and product development, it produces a broad array of supermarket and e-commerce, industrial, food service, and specialty sweetener products. ASR Group owns and operates six sugar refineries in North America, including ones in New York, California, Maryland, Louisiana, Canada, and Mexico. It owns and operates cane sugar refineries in the United Kingdom, Portugal, and Italy, in collaboration with a joint venture partner. Sugarcane farms and sugar mills are also owned by the ASR Group in Mexico and Belize.

Company - Private
$100M to $500M
Large
Multiple locations
Food Manufacturers
1998
Luis Fernandez & Antonio L. Contreras, Jr.

Team

Professional experience

How many years of experience do American Sugar Refining employees have before joining?
Years of experience at American Sugar Refining: Newcomers: 8%, Experiencers: 12%, Experts: 25%, Veterans: 55%. American Sugar Refining employees have 8+ years experience on average before joining.
You comment as
Where did American Sugar Refining employees work before joining?
Where they've worked before American Sugar Refining: Accounting Principals, Advanced Graphite Materials, Airswift. Typical American Sugar Refining employees have worked at Accounting Principals.
You comment as
Accounting Principals
Advanced Graphite Materials
Airswift
What industries did American Sugar Refining employees work in previously?
Industry Background: The most typical industries of American Sugar Refining: Food & Beverage Retailers, Electric Utility Companies, Food Manufacturers, Water & Sewage Utility Companies, National Security. American Sugar Refining employees most likely
You comment as
Where did American Sugar Refining employees work before joining?
Past employers' size at American Sugar Refining: Small: 33%, Medium: 10%, Large: 57%. Most American Sugar Refining employees have previously worked at large companies.
You comment as

Educational background

What did employees at American Sugar Refining study?
You comment as
Where did employees at American Sugar Refining study?
All-State Career School-Lester
American InterContinental University
You comment as

Employee data

How long do people stay in a role at American Sugar Refining?
Time employed at American Sugar Refining: <1: 10%, 1-3: 32%, 4-8: 28%, 9-13: 13%, 14-20: 10%, 20+: 7%. Most American Sugar Refining employees stay with the company for 1-3 years which is less than the industry average.
You comment as
How does American Sugar Refining rank for age & gender diversity?
Gender ratio at American Sugar Refining: 69.6% Male and 30.4% Female. Age ratio at American Sugar Refining: 16-20: 0%, 21-30: 30%, 31-40: 27%, 41-50: 13%, 51-60: 17%, 60+: 13%. American Sugar Refining rates - 8.6% less female than the industry averag
You comment as

Career advancement

How does American Sugar Refining rank for career advancement?
Career advancement at American Sugar Refining: very low. American Sugar Refining ranks very low for career advancement which is below the industry average.
You comment as
What companies do American Sugar Refining employees go on to work at?
Future employers of American Sugar Refining: Allstate, ASR Group, Baltimore County Public Schools, C&W Services, Charter Oak Communities. People who work at American Sugar Refining most typically go on to work for the Allstate.
You comment as
Allstate
ASR Group
Baltimore County Public Schools
C&W Services
Charter Oak Communities