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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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"We definitely like the heavier stuff," says Huffman, noting one of Black Gold Express' current projects is hauling a 105,000-pound load to Prudhoe Bay.
The partnership between PLC Hauling and Prospect Genius will help this Pittsburgh company build and maintain that online presence.
The one mine haul road will serve as the exclusive passageway for the hauling trucks and other equipment of the mining companies from the mining site to the port.
Word is spreading in the trucking and forestry industry about tire pressure control systems, also known as central tire inflation (CTI), a 60-year-old technology that delivers higher traction capability for logging trucks and can extend the hauling season during the spring and fall months.
Vince Collazo's first exposure to the construction industry was as a laborer on job sites, but after just a few years of that he started up in the construction debris hauling business.
* Change over from a truck-hauling system to a conveyor-belt hauling system;
The researchers suggest that as temperatures rise, seals begin hauling out of the water and gathering in unusually dense herds on shore.
[USPRwire, Wed Jan 25 2017] OC Junk Hauling is the only solution for your junk hauling needs.
Pittsburgh, PA, April 19, 2014 --(PR.com)-- In today's digital age, more and more Pittsburgh-area businesses are beginning to advertise their services on the Internet, and junk hauling companies are no exception.
There are several companies that perform heavy hauling operations in Alaska.
On smaller jobs, where a full-size crushing plant isn't needed but recycled, crushed aggregates could be used, a mobile crusher helps eliminate the trucking costs associated with hauling out aggregate debris and hauling in new, usable material.