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gross ton

[¦grōs ¦tən]
(industrial engineering)
ton
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The negative sign for LICENSE suggests that if a licensed operator is in command, the vessel damage cost per gross ton will be less.
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Leading classification society ClassNK has announced that the ClassNK register topped 220 million gross tons for the first time at the end of November 2013.
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There were 3,200 vessels of a combined 81 million gross tons ordered globally in the first quarter, the lowest figure since 2004, marine data provider Clarksons PLC quoted as saying in a report released Friday.
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Currently under construction in Germany, Norwegian Breakaway will be 144,017 gross tons and is scheduled for delivery in April 2013.
Although there is no federal or State law requiring Crowley to use double hulls for barges less than 5,000 gross tons, the company believes the change is important.