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Toledo do Brasil is a manufacturer and distributor of weighing scales for professional use, based in São Bernardo do Campo, Brazil. [1]

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It is affiliated with Mettler Toledo.

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  1. Aversa, Jeannine (14 June 2004). "Agribusiness pushes Toledo sales". SABI (South American Business Information) - Gazeta Mercantil. Retrieved 2008-09-09.