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haulier

(US), hauler
a person or firm that transports goods by lorry; one engaged in road haulage
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In a statement, the company said: "Since the installation of the new Autogate system hauliers need to be registered with us and provide driver and vehicle identification in order to access the port.
Therefore, UK hauliers are constantly looking for ways to reduce their overheads.
Provided they have all the right procedures, records and proof of income and expenditure in place, Birmingham hauliers can protect their legitimate earnings and show the tax inspector the door," added Mr Ahmed.
Proteo's system, known as Haulier Enterprise, will help to reduce the company's fuel bills and drive down costs at the specialist haulier by managing everything from workflow to insurance claims.
These EU rules are being enforced to protect UK hauliers and we hope the message is getting through.
He added hauliers are confident the NRA won't be able to keep up with the thousands of fines it would be issuing to truck drivers every day.
A haulier for 30 years, Mr Edmunds, who has a fleet of seven lorries, said: "I have never seen times as bad as this.
Mr Hain writes: "This unfair competition is really damaging British hauliers like John Pearce Ltd and others in my constituency and they state that feeling is 'boiling up' and that protest like those that happened recently in Spain with hauliers going on strike and jamming the roads is likely to follow in Britain if nothing is done by the Government.
Foreign hauliers are entering the UK with cheaper fuel purchased abroad.
The logistics industry is critical to the UK economy yet the tax system is making British hauliers uncompetitive.
Brussels will propose reforms next spring to the EU's directive 96/26/EC governing the mutual recognition of road haulage qualifications; the 1962 'first council directive' on common rules for EU goods-carrying road transport; a 1992 (881/92/EEC) regulation on access to EU haulage markets; regulation 3118/93 on non-resident hauliers working in the EU; and regulation 484/2002 on driver attestation.
In future, Corus's hauliers will be contracted and managed by TDG in what is believed to be one of the largest arrangements of its kind in the UK.