hectoliter


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Synonyms for hectoliter

a metric unit of volume or capacity equal to 100 liters

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"We are making an important investment in Tuxtepec in Oaxaca state where the brewery that today produces 7 million hectoliters will be expended to produce 16 million hectoliters," Fernandez said.
According to the Customs Agency, the beer released for consumption in the country in 2018 is 5 560 000 hectoliters, which is a 1,6% increase in beer sales compared to 2017.
The analysis of variance for hectoliter weight in Kragujevac, Serbia.
We stand for the immediate decrease of the excise tax; to be exact, lowering it from 4,416 litas per hectoliter to 3,200 litas per hectoliter.
It is set to build new breweries in Iloilo and Cagayan de Oro, each with an yearly production capacity of two million hectoliters, SMB chair and San Miguel Corp.
San Miguel Brewery's existing Santa Rosa plant has a bottling capacity of 1 million hectoliters annually.
The facility currently produces 10 million hectoliters of beer a year, but the footprint and infrastructure were designed for rapid expansion up to 25 million hectoliters and beyond.
"Total revenue for the year grew by 7.2%, driven by revenue per hectoliter growth of 7.7%.
From 2009 to 2010 AB InBev reported its recycling relative to production rose by 24 percent, from 14.1 to 17.5 kg per hectoliter (kg/hl).
The current estimate stands at 9 million hectoliters (1 hectoliter = 26.4 U.S.
Last year, Anheuser-Busch InBev announced aggressive three-year global environmental goals, including a leading-edge water-usage target of 3.50 hectoliters of water for each hectoliter of production by the end of 2012.
InBev will be paying over $100 per hectoliter about double what A-B paid last year for Harbin Brewery after its bidding battle with SABMiller.
Brau und Brunnen is based in Dortmund and has capacity of 5.9 million hectoliters. Brands include Jever, Tucher and Dortmunder Union.
The company exports about 9 million hectoliters to the United States every year, and the company reported that it plans to increase by 5 percent this year.