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net ton

[′net ′tən]
(industrial engineering)
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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.
Maintenance cost per net ton (MC/NT) of good castings--The goal for this factor is $34.
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and the steel industry have estimated there will be nearly 600 million net tons of steel overcapacity globally in 2015, largely the result of foreign government trade-distorting policies and practices.
Its more than 100-year-old facility currently produces 140,000 net tons of gray, ductile and austempered ductile iron annually for a wide variety of industries.
Great Lakes vessels deliver approximately 70 million net tons of iron ore pellets annually.
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.