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tonne

measure of weight or mass; 1 tonne=1000 kg. See also ton.
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Ultimately the Company expects to achieve a monthly mine production rate of approximately 180,000 tonnes, or 2,200,000 tonnes per year.
The export made 1,909,700 tonnes in January, 1,359,000 tonnes in February, 1,901,000 tonnes in March, 1,847,000 tonnes in April, 1,716,000 tonnes in May, 1,618,000 tonnes in June, 1,886,000 tonnes in July, 1,612,000 tonnes in August, 1,654,000 tonnes in September, 1,585,000 tonnes in October, 1,461,000 tonnes in November, 1,657,000 tonnes in December.
The Study was based on an output scenario of 5 million tonnes of iron concentrate per year.
Back in 1998, during the height of the Asian economic crisis, the Asia/Pacific region consumed just under 10 million tonnes of polyethylene compared to over 14 million tonnes for North America.
A Feasibility Study completed on the Estrades Mine Project in November 1989 by Wright Engineers of Toronto, Ontario, Canada states that the Estrades Mining Project (using a Canadian currency $80 cut-off grade) hosts approximately 941,400 recoverable tonnes of ore in the proven and probable categories, with another 50,900 tonnes in the possible classification, with grading of 10.