Throughput agreement

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Throughput agreement

An agreement to put a specified amount of product per period through a particular facility. An example is an agreement to ship a specified amount of crude oil per period through a particular pipeline.

Throughput Agreement

An agreement within a company, or between a company and a transporter, to route some or all units of a product through a certain mode of transportation. This is used by energy companies; for example, an oil company may agree to use a certain pipeline or ship to transport some of its oil.
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Price of a fully equipped Filmaster grooved-feed unit is about $58,000, 30% or so higher than a comparable-size smooth-bore machine, but throughput rate is also 30-40% higher.
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It maximizes throughput of longer lasting flows -- such as file transfer protocol (FTP) data, Telnet data, hypertext transmission protocol (HTTP) data, and multimedia audio and video -- by cut-through switching in the ATM hardware.
Circuit switched cellular supports the highest level of data throughput of any commercial wide area wireless data technology.
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