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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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Our purchase of Terex Trucks in 2014 was a strategic decision that allowed Volvo to offer customers a rigid hauler option," said Thomas Bitter, senior vice president of the marketing and product portfolio (MaPP) function at Volvo CE.
Paul Douglas, Volvo CE's vice president of rigid haulers and Terex Trucks, said: "Terex Trucks' rigid haulers are known for performing well in tough conditions, while also being easy to maintain and delivering low cost of ownership.
Meanwhile, Terex Trucks' articulated hauler range will continue to be designed, built and developed at the Motherwell facility, and distributed using the pre-existing Terex Trucks independent dealer network.
A hauler traveling at 55 km/h over rough haul roads was now possible.
Change was difficult for both residents and the haulers, and it is taking time for everyone to get it right, says Becker.
e railway, part of the Bowes Railway, closed in the 1970s, and since then time has taken its toll and the Hauler House, along with its surviving machinery, has suered gradual decay despite the hard work of the Bowes Railway Company and enthusiastic volunteers.
The deal also sees a further three models of articulated hauler added to the Volvo portfolio, with payloads ranging from 25 to 38 tons.
When the monitor determines that the container is full, it automatically sends a wireless pickup request email to the hauler and designated employees.
There is no capital outlay for equipment and the system works with existing compactors and current haulers, according to company officials.
Recycling pickup for multifamily buildings will initially be voluntary, but Bureau of Sanitation officials gave trash haulers a warning: If the city doesn't get enough participation after seven years, it could become mandatory.
As a result, rigid hauler sales to the mining industry were robust this past year, jumping more than 40% from 2003.
Lawrence, a Kennebec lumberman, asked Lombard to come up with a mechanical log hauler.