average haul

average haul

The average distance that a grading material is moved from cut to fill.
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Over the last decade the average haul for second place has been 86.
Twelve months later, the same average figure stands at 41 points while last term the average haul for the top six was 42.
There are a number of different operator tendencies that can negatively affect tire longevity, which is why Francis recommends that the tire dealer record everything from average haul distances, peak speeds and cycle times, to number of shifts, days worked, cycles completed and type of materials being moved.
Statistics show that the average haul is worth over PS800, including valuable items such as bicycles, gardening equipment and tools.
Statistics show that the average haul for thieves who break into sheds is over PS800.
So while that average haul also subjected Wearside to a nerve-shredding dalliance with the drop, no one in these early days is panicking just yet.
The average haul to a store is only 41 miles, facilitating daily deliveries and enabling the company to maintain higher in-stock levels.
But citing that as a mere blip and focusing on the Heed's average haul of two points per game thus far, Bogie says they remain in play-off - even titlewinning - form.
Carter has actually scored more points against England, Australia and South Africa, but his average haul against Wales is his best in his career.
23-29), with "Dreamgirls" returning from layoff and an average haul of more than $1 million for the 9-show slate.
Although the average haul is pretty regular, he says, "The regular stuff can be weird, too.
Last year, the Oregon fleet brought in about 13 million pounds, which is in line with the average haul of between 10 and 15 million pounds.