Who We are

Company Profile

Gobind Sugar Mills Limited (GSML), one of the oldest sugar companies of India, was nurtured by Dr KK Birla since 1952. Today Adventz Group is the promoter and the majority shareholder of GSML. The Company is listed on Metropolitan Stock Exchange of India Limited (MSEI).The sugar mill at Aira Estate in LakhimpurKheri district, Uttar Pradesh has a crushing capacity of 10,000 tonnes of sugarcane per day. Armed with the state-of-the-art co-generation plant, Gobind Sugar Mills, in its new avatar, is raring to touch new horizons as it gears up to begin an era of intelligent innovation with renewed vigour and unparalleled enthusiasm.


Board of Directors


Top Management


Sugar Mills- Gobind Sugar Mills Limited (GSML) has a capacity of 10,000 TCD ...

Co-Generation Power Plant- 150 TPH, 110 ATA high pressure boiler and 30.85 MW GE extraction cum condensing Turbine Generator

Future Projects -

Distillery Plant : Gobind Sugar Mills Ltd (GSML) is planning to set up a 60 KLPD molasses based multi-product distillery.
Bio-Fertilizer : Every sugar plant is a rich source of bio-fertilisers. Press Mud (also called Filter Cake) is generated as a by-product of sugarmanufacturing during the purification of sugar.


What We Do


GSML has access to three sugarcane producing districts viz. Lakhimpur-Kheri, Sitapur and Bahraich for sugarcane procurement, which sums up to a total of 40,000 hectares of sugarcane cultivable area.

Sulphur free Sugar

GSML started manufacturing Sulphur free/refined sugar from 2016. The plant has the capacity to produce 500 TPD of Double Refined pharmaceutical grade white sugar.

Sugar by-products: Molasses & Bagasse

Apart from selling the finished product, GSML is also involved in production and sale of numerous by-products of Sugar. GSML is selling molasses, which is the dark, sweet, syrupy by-product

Power Cogeneration

GSML runs on self-generated electricity from the green power plant which uses the organic waste of sugarcane as fuel. The co-generation plant is also selling 22 Mega Watts of power every day


Farmer’s Welfare

Environment, Health & Safety

Corporate Social Responsibility