FIJI has more than enough sugar to meet quota requirements.
This was the message from Fiji Sugar Corporation executive chairman Abdul Khan.
"We are expecting the second ship on October 16 and at the moment the tentative load has been pegged at 32,000 tonnes which roughly equates to $32million in revenue," he said.
He said while the shipment had been tentatively set at 32,000 tonnes, this could change once the ship docked.
"The shipmaster could increase the tonnage once he works out draught, load and other factors.
"Should he be able to take on more cargo, we do have more than the 32,000 tonnes that has been estimated."
The first shipment of 33,000 tonnes was exported last month.