Handling more than two million measurement tons of military cargo, 12 million commercial TEUs, two million vehicles, three million tons of general cargo, and one million cruise ship passengers annually.
What does M/T stand for?
M/T stands for Measurement Ton (US DoD)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 87 other meanings of M/T in our Acronym Attic
- Miniature Sheet (of stamps)
- Modeling and Simulation
- Months After Sight
- Motor Ship
- Marin/Sonoma Mosquito and Vector Control District (California)
- Meters per Second per Second
- Meters Per Second
- Master Sergeant
- Me Too
Samples in periodicals archive:
Overall, MTCM loaded 12 ships with 254,930 measurement tons at Savannah in August, with a remarkably low average loading time of 35.
[A measurement ton is a measure of volume: 1 measurement ton equals 40 cubic fee.
The Center stuffed more than 4000 export SEAVAN containers; stripped 860 import containers; worked 7900 trucks; loaded 6388 measurement tons of sustainment material on Combat Logistic Force ships; off/on loaded 1706 measurement tons of Marine combat equipment on Navy amphibious ships; and handled 25,320 measurement tons of survival sustainment material for the Air Force Radar at Thule, Greenland.
A measurement ton is a unit of volume used in shipping and equals 40 cubic feet.
This year the northbound move to Valdez, Alaska consisted of 164 20-foot containers, measuring 5,258 measurement tons with a net explosive weight of 334,614.
This global operation carried 11,343,000 measurement tons in fiscal 1981.
More than 600,000 measurement tons of munitions were handled, including the transshipment of more than 13,000 containers, 1,373 of which were packed at MOTSU.