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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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If it does and truckers have to spend hours or days to navigate, then it will definitely affect haulage rates.
After he had run three or four hutches, the haulage stopped for three or four minutes and then started.
Administrators FRP Advisory said the collapse of West of Scotland Heavy Haulage and associated firm West of Scotland Storage Ltd was down to "severe operational and financial problems".
The source said West of Scotland Heavy Haulage had provided haulage for around a dozen wind farms last year alone and was considered "one of the busiest handlers for wind turbines in Europe".
NCC said haulage firms own their own vehicles, but accept assignments directly from Loop Rocks rather than through larger haulage companies.
Target: Glencore Rail (GRail) coal haulage business
Newly formed British challenger bank Aldermore on Thursday revealed that it has provided an invoice finance facility to Davies Haulage Ltd, which has been operating throughout the UK for seven months.
The proportion of transport and haulage firms in the region at higher than normal risk of insolvency fell by 2.96% this month - while the UK-wide sector figure rose by 0.98%.
THE operator of the Port of Liverpool has promised to solve haulage lorry logjams at Seaforth by investing millions of pounds in new technology that it says will create one of the most efficient ports in the UK.
COUNCIL safety specialists are to investigate the impact of haulage on a Northumberland village following concerns from local residents about heavy lorries.
A HAULAGE business in Studley has increased its fleet and purchased a specialist trailer to transport large gas turbines used in the power generation industry, with the support of a PS1 million funding facility from Lloyds Bank.