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net ton

[′net ′tən]
(industrial engineering)
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In addition to the effect of an increase in net tons shipped, the increase was primarily due to higher fiber, other raw materials, and energy prices aggregating approximately $1.
6 percent increase from the 26 million net tons shipped during the same period in 2003.
The Foundry division produces approximately 145,000 net tons of gray and ductile iron castings annually.
Our global supply chain has been extremely efficient as we produced and sold more net tons through our integrated system versus second quarter last year.
Year-to-date, total steel imports of 10 million net tons remain nearly seven percent higher than last year's figure, although finished steel imports are down two percent.
Monthly average net tons kilometer increased from about 1.