Meaning of HAULAGE in English

HAULAGE

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ NOUN

business

Peter has been delivering yarn to Elderslie since 1946 when he worked with his family's haulage business before joining Douglas Reyburn.

Section 8 grants A road haulage business seeking to expand need not restrict itself entirely to the road transport industry.

His haulage business went bust and he owes £120,000 on a semi in New Denham, Bucks, now worth only £80,000.

company

It's the second time in a year that the haulage company Ralph Davies of Cheltenham has had fruit cargoes destroyed.

The distinction between a haulage company and a freight forwarding company with its own road haulage arm is rather blurred at present.

He owned a haulage company and always had a flashy car and loads of money.

contract

Experienced specialist arbitrators are ideally suited to hear many more cases involving disputes over haulage contracts .

In haulage contracts there will be little doubt as to whether each party has received a worthwhile benefit!

contractor

The Shore Porters' Society of Aberdeen, founded as a haulage contractor in 1498, is still in business.

firm

This will considerably help cash Mow problems for new haulage firms and hauliers still operating at a modest turnover.

Having myself asked several haulage firms for a similar quote, the price ranged from £75 to £100 per load.

Expanding haulage firms , however, seem largely to have neglected the possibilities offered by a franchising arrangement.

He opened a haulage firm , sold jewellery and developed property interests in Miami, allegedly working with the mafia.

In the late 1970s he sold a share of his haulage firm for £ 500,000 and began dealing in gold.

From a safety officer at a storage and haulage firm .

There are at least seven haulage firms or drivers operating from the village.

industry

This contract, which is reproduced here, is a typical example of a standard form contract found in the haulage industry .

Many of the old village families still work in the area, in agriculture, or in the thriving haulage industry .

road

Government policy does not believe transport planning gives road haulage impetus!

The distinction between a haulage company and a freight forwarding company with its own road haulage arm is rather blurred at present.

Section 8 grants A road haulage business seeking to expand need not restrict itself entirely to the road transport industry.

There was over-capacity in road haulage as the amount of goods to be transported went down and prices were cut.

The rail privatisation issue and the appalling loss of freight from the railway to road haulage is frightening in its implications.

One is the likely reduction in rail carriage of freight, and the consequent increase in road haulage .

He favours the use of fiscal incentives alongside regulation, particularly in the fields of carbon emissions and road haulage .

Based at Stanford-le-Hope, he has spent all his working life in road haulage , joining P&O in 1989.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

Jean works for a road haulage company based in St Etienne.

Rail freight charges are high compared with the cost of road haulage .

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Government policy does not believe transport planning gives road haulage impetus!

The company has seen haulage rates on some contracts in 1987 at little more than 1977 levels.

The cylinders were intended to give control over the elastic characteristics of the haulage system.

The distinction between a haulage company and a freight forwarding company with its own road haulage arm is rather blurred at present.

This contract, which is reproduced here, is a typical example of a standard form contract found in the haulage industry.

This will considerably help cash Mow problems for new haulage firms and hauliers still operating at a modest turnover.

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