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metric ton

[′me·trik ′tən]
(mechanics)

tonne

A metric ton; a unit of mass equal to 1000 kilograms (approximately 2205 pounds).
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Meanwhile, sugar exports from the country increased by 100 percent in last month as 67,186 metric ton of sugar valuing US$ 36.
In the Lewis installation, the Vibroscreen classifier is a 48-inch-diameter unit with four screens that can process up to three metric tons per hour.
In first three quarter of current financial year 123,443 metric tons of sugar worth US$ 66.
060 million by exporting about 1,206,877 metric tons of rice other then basmati, which was recorded at 1,125,225 metric tons valuing US$ 414.
Exports of basmati rice was recorded at 28,482 metric tons in month of August as compared the exports 30,446 metric tons of same period last year.
8 million metric tons of cargo fell on the internal transportation, and some 2.
0 million metric tons raw value (MMTRV) in MY2011/12.
Thus, its 2010 production is 2 013 728 metric tons more than the amount of coal extracted in 2009.
5 million metric tons equated to an annual consumption of 9.
985 million metric tons in the first quarter, from 2.
The nearby Ningbo Zhonghua mill, built in 1985, has three machines with an annual capacity of 500,000 metric tons of coated paperboard.
are the latest beneficiaries of grants, targeted to create more than 1 million metric tons of aggregate recycling by 2010.