hectoliter


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hectoliter

[′hek·tə‚lēd·ər]
(mechanics)
A metric unit of volume equal to 100 liters or to 0.1 cubic meter. Abbreviated hl.
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8% to 988,000 hectoliters for the first half of 2005, compared to 868,000 hectoliters for 2004.
The Company's Argentine water business, conducted principally through its association with Nestle Waters, continued to perform extremely well, with total volumes reaching 450,000 hectoliters, a 27% increase compared to the first quarter 2003.
The increase in sales is mainly a result of higher net sales per hectoliter, which, excluding Bavaria, rose 21.
The corresponding benefit to this additional cost is the increase in revenue per hectoliter as the company receives the former distributor's margin.
60 hectoliters of water for each hectoliter of production in 2010, and have reduced their water use by 34 percent over the past three years," said Pete Kraemer, vice president of Supply for A-B InBev's North American Zone.
Higher volumes coupled with these efforts led to a 17% decline in the cost of sales per hectoliter compared to the third quarter last year.
15 million hectoliters, while only in the first three months of this year the quota for export of bulk wine to the countries of the European Union of 31,400,000 liters had already been fulfilled," Minister Konjanovski said.
9% to 5,437,000 hectoliters, compared to the first half of 2006.
THE EUROPEAN Union's Management Committee for Wine has approved a plan to allow crisis distillation of up to two million hectoliters of Italian table wine.
Molson Coors Brewing Company is one of the world's largest brewers, with combined annual volume of more than 48 million hectoliters and net sales of more than US$5.
304 million birr was agreed by the CBE to be paid out for Bedele and 281 million birr for the Harar breweries, revealing that Heineken will increase the current production from 300 thousand hectoliters to 450 thousand hectoliters.