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Haul

A slang term for a profit, especially the profit from a single project as opposed to that for the whole company.
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Using data from the H2250, fleet managers can empower operators to make informed decisions for haul truck process improvements.
Haul offers quality junk hauling services at reasonable rates in and around Pittsburgh.
DOT statistical permitting records show that some of the most active heavy hauling companies are Carlile Transportation Systems, Alaska West Express, Northland Services, Ace Transport, H&H Equipment, Southeast Road Builders, Lynden Transport, Northstar Trucking and Granite Construction, although there are many smaller companies that also conduct heavy haul operations in the state.
Another document showed Smith & Thompson was paid $1,000 by the city in July 2004 to haul away two 55-gallon drums of unknown material.
Eco-logics would haul trash to remote landfills from a transfer station in Culver City.
Waste Management's proposal to haul Los Angeles trash to its Antelope Valley landfills is actually its second.
City sanitation officials want to end direct haul to landfills.
In addition, 8 new short haul Airbus A319s have been incorporated into the LAN alliance to replace the Boeing 737-200s that are ceasing operation as of mid 2007 as part of the fleet renewal.
No, I'm not greedy, it's just that I'm fishing at the Double Haul in the Fall catch-and-release float tube fly-fishing tournament sponsored by Western Outdoor News.
Lucent's LambdaXtreme offers strong ultra long haul support, competitive 10G and 40G scalability, and a 10 GbE LAN/WAN PHY, but has an oddly-sized footprint and high power consumption.
Our goal is to protect our resources for our community,'' said Barbara Wampole, vice chairwoman of the Friends of the Santa Clara River, which joined the Center for Biological Diversity in seeking to block the haul route.
which provides regional, dedicated, and medium length-of-haul services with a fleet of approximately 1,500 trucks, and Total Transportation of Mississippi and affiliated companies, a truckload carrier that provides medium length of haul and dedicated dry-van service with a fleet of approximately 500 trucks primarily in the Eastern United States.