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haulage

a rate or charge levied for the transportation of goods, esp by rail

haulage

[′hȯl·ij]
(mining engineering)
The movement, in cars or otherwise, of men, supplies, ore, and waste, underground and on the surface.
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Of 3,691 active transport and haulage firms in Yorkshire, only 975 are now identified as being at higher than normal risk.
Haulage contractors had previously told the ECHO that delays at the port last month were costing them money and threatening their ability to stay in business.
Coun Ian Swithenbank, policy board member responsible for streetcare and environment at the council, said: "We recognise that haulage is a vital part of our local economy.
RPM will make use of FlexSim's truck haulage application, which was created to aid in simulating roadways in open-pit mines and to test different traffic systems within the simulation.
Road Haulage Association chief executive Geoff Dunning said it was a "happy day" for road hauliers.
Spokesman Terence Conway, who is locked-on in the centre of the haulage route, said: "I am calling on Enda Kenny, a Mayo man who has deserted his people, to finally do the right thing.
41p mean that haulage firms typically have to raise their charges pounds 1,000 a year, just to cover their increased fuel costs.
Originally from the Cumbria town, he took over his father's firm in 1976 and built it up into one of the most well-known haulage companies in the world.
The 56-year-old father-of-six, who transformed the firm from a small agricultural contractor in Cumbria into a nationwide haulage giant, died of a suspected heart attack on March 31.
A MIDLAND-based former director of the Eddie Stobart haulage empire has been bailed charged with drink-driving.
Lithuania's road haulage industry has been crisis hit as well, decreasing volume in cargo transport from 3.
NOEL Wynn was an influential figure in the heavy haulage industry for more than 40 years.