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Meaning of "pilot plant" - Business English Dictionary

pilot plant

noun [C]
 
 
PRODUCTION
a small factory that is built as a model to test systems and processes before building other similar factories : Stevenson said she is close to completing the deal and hopes to have a pilot plant up and running by this fall.
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