Mill pertains to a factory in which metals are hot worked, cold worked, or melted and cast into standard shapes suitable for secondary fabrication into commercial products.

A production line, usually of four or more stands, for hot or cold rolling metal into standard shapes such as bar, rod, plate, sheet, or strip. A single machine for hot rolling, cold rolling, or extruding metal.

See also:
"Mill" is in the NAICS Code "333516"
  (Rolling Mill Machinery and Equipment ManufacturingPipe and tube rolling mill machinery, metalworking, manufacturing)

Ref: 122553/2006-10-10

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