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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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THE Port of Liverpool has taken a tough stance on hauliers arriving at dock gates without having first registered to use the port's new Autogate security system.
Using this system will enable us to ensure that our customers benefit from all the service advantages of working with a highly efficient, high-tech haulier.
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.
Farmers and hauliers organised blockades in protest at high fuel prices in September 2000 which nearly brought the UK to a halt.
Lobby group Less Tax On Fuel claims French hauliers and farmers will receive a rebate of about 2.
In addition, a delegation of hauliers will lobby Parliament on foot in protest at record-high fuel prices.
DOZENS of hauliers calling for a cut in Government fuel tax protested outside two oil refineries yesterday.
Mr Greene said, ``We have been quiet for more than two years but the price has been creeping up and some hauliers say they are going to have to
LONDON, April 20 /PRNewswire/ -- It is the hope of every UK road haulier that this week's Budget will see no further increase in fuel duty.
It is also demanding the abolition of haulier tolls on the M50 and the appointment of a Haulage Industry regulator.
Independent haulier Alan Green, one of the more moderate leaders of earlier fuel protests, said yesterday the meeting would mark the start of a major push against the Government over its high tax on fuel.