Haulage


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Haulage

1. The sector of an economy that transports goods by land. For example, companies that carry goods by truck or train are said to be haulage companies.

2. Goods being transported by land.
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The Ileya festival is here, where we haulage operators get more jobs up North.
Mr Hunter said when he and Mr Cameron reached the main haulage route, the haulage mechanism was `standing'.
The website of West of Scotland Heavy Haulage has not been updated to show that the firm are now under the control of the administrators.
West of Scotland Heavy Haulage marketed themselves as a family-owned firm with more than 70 years of service.
A 36-month implementation timeline applies to coal haulage equipment and scoops that were manufactured before the effective date of the final rule; or already equipped with an earlier PDS variant, and that PDS variant cannot be safely modified underground, or the variant must be replaced with a new system to comply with the final rule.
Davies Haulage is a great business for Aldermore to support and it has real growth potential.
Of 3,691 active transport and haulage firms in Yorkshire, only 975 are now identified as being at higher than normal risk.
Peel Ports made the promise as talks took place yesterday between the company and the Road Haulage Association (RHA) to address delays that have been adversely affecting road haulage firms collecting containers from the port.
Northumberland County Council is to carry out a vibration study at Wark on Tweed that will examine noise and disruption caused by haulage traffic.
Mark Lodge, relationship director at Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking, said: "Businesses often don't have the capability to transport oversize machinery, and this is where Allelys Heavy Haulage steps in.
The product, HAULSIM, is a haulage simulation package.
The Fuel Advice service helps haulage firms decrease their fuel costs by appointing a fuel advisor to assist them with both planning and follow-up of their fuel consumption.