hectoliter


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hec·to·li·ter

(hek'tō-lē-tĕr),
One hundred liters, the equivalent of 105.7 quarts or 26.4 U.S. (22 imperial) gallons.

hectoliter

(hĕk′tō-lē″tĕr) [″ + litra, a pound]
One hundred liters.

hec·to·li·ter

(hek'tō-lē-tĕr)
100 liters.
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We'll also look for revenue management opportunities, growing the revenue per hectoliter through better brand mix, strong innovations, price initiatives and optimization of our promotion.
ABI also said it cut CO2 emissions per hectoliter of production by three percent last year, from 11.47 to 11.12 kg CO2e per hectoliter (kg/hl).
Last year's annual grape production as a whole is expected to be between 8% and 10% down on 2000's figure of 46 million hectoliters, at between 40 and 42 million hectoliters.
reduced its annual water use metric to 3.04 hectoliters of water per hectoliter of production.
To date, SMB has a very small capacity in Vietnam at around 200,000 hectoliters per year in a plant located quite far from Ho Chi Minh or Saigon, where bulk of the demand comes from, SMB president Roberto Huang said.
Ang said SMBI already has a small plant in Ho Chi Minh but the capacity is only at 200,000 hectoliters.
Worldwide brand volume of 25.3 million hectoliters decreased 1.0 percent driven by declines in the U.S.
Globally, the total volume produced in 2017 was 250 million hectoliters -- the equivalent of 33.3 billion bottles of wine -- or about four-and-a-half bottles per person annually.
And, by implementing advanced automation and control, robotics and a fleet of laser-guided vehicles, the companies worked together to increase brewing capacity from 8.5 million hectoliters in 2013 to now producing 27.5 million hectoliters of beer annually.
Constellation also announced expansion of the Nava brewery by another five million hectoliters. This will bring total capacity at the completed facility to 25 million hectoliters.