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net ton

[′net ′tən]
(industrial engineering)
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(14) A 457.77 net ton, 82 nhp wooden vessel owned by Bowring Brothers of St.
Mini-sheet investors will enter this market so long as they can earn their cost of capital - that is, until trend-line prices fall to around $275 per net ton. Plants currently operating or announced will probably be enough to achieve this result provided imports maintain their current share.
To attract larger ships and bigger fleets, the registration fee was capped at a maximum of $60,000 in 1988, and as of 1989, an owner transferring at least thre ships totalling 40,000 net tons is entitled to an 80 percent discount.
Maintenance cost per net ton (MC/NT) of good castings--The goal for this factor is $34.38 allowed for each ton of good castings produced.
By comparison, total and finished steel imports over the same period were a combined 7.6 million NT net tons. The estimated finished steel import market share is 25% year-to-date.
TransNamib conveys a total of 2 million net tons of traffic per annum by rail.
recycling rate for steel is at an all-time high of 92%, with more than 85 million tons of scrap steel consumed by steel-making furnaces last year--an increase of nearly 10 million net tons compared to 2010.
Production capacity is likely to be around 400,000 net tons, bringing the company's total tubular product capacity to more than 600,000 tons.
The Lake Carriers' Association reports that limestone shipments on the Great Lakes totaled 3.6 million net tons in May, an increase of 47.6% compared with April, and an increase of 27.3% compared to a year ago.
Steel Tubular Products is the largest tubular products manufacturer in North America, with a total annual capacity of approximately 2.8 million net tons.
The Clairton Plant has an annual coke making capability of approximately 4.7 million net tons. Coke produced at the facility is used to fuel the two blast furnaces at the Edgar Thomson Plant as well as others at the company's North American steelmaking operations.