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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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The automaker's articulated haulers from the 25tonne A25G to the 50tonne A60H are produced in Braas, Sweden, the construction industry's first manufacturing plant powered entirely by renewable energy.
Marwan Al Zaiem, MD, MGCC, said: "The addition of the impressive Volvo CE A45G articulated hauler to our fleet will allow us to move material around site with greater efficiency than ever before.
But the police were told that the hauler continued to dump materials at the property 'when he was not around or at night when nobody was guarding the area.'
"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.
The new Volvo-branded rigid haulers will be manufactured at the rebranded Volvo Motherwell production facility in Scotland and sold exclusively through the Volvo dealer network.
Tim Joseph, University of Alberta mining engineering professor, pinpointed the late 20th century as the dawning of the age of ultra-class haulers. The Zeitgeist was "bigger has to be better," he said.
Caption: Students from Wilkes County Community College in diesel engine classes and high-school students in the Skills USA program attended the "gold hauler" event at ASC Construction Equipment USA in Raleigh, NC.
A hauler that only collects waste inside a municipality within the county does not have to be permitted by the county, nor will it have to abide by the ordinance, County Attorney Russ Burrell said.
George Stephenson oversaw the construction of the railway on behalf of Lord Ravensworth, a local colliery owner but the Hauler House was a later addition built in 1913 as part of a general upgrading.
e work to the Hauler House, which will take 16 weeks to complete, will include rebuilding and repointing the brickwork, new access stairs, removal of grati, stabilisation of the roof structure, new windows and security doors and mechanical and electrical service installations.
Reportedly, the deal includes the main production facility in Motherwell, Scotland and two product ranges that offer both rigid and articulated haulers. It also includes the distribution of haulers in the US, as well as a 25.2% holding in Inner Mongolia North Hauler Joint Stock Co (NHL), which manufactures and sells rigid haulers under the Terex brand in China.
Heavy Hauler's Raft O' Ducks is a quick and easy decoy anchor system capable of setting multiple decoys--each attached to one main anchor line--in a number of configurations.