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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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One haulier said lorries were being turned away even if they had correctly registered for the new Autogate system.
Haulier Enterprise is a transport management system designed for mid to large-size haulage businesses.
I'm only a small haulier. We are simply getting swallowed up."
FUEL tax could be cut for hauliers and VAT put up instead to ease the pressure on hauliers, former Welsh Secretary Peter Hain suggested yesterday.
Also, hauliers have regularly called for better cooperation and exchange of information between national regulators of their industry within the EU.
Hauliers, motorists and taxi drivers are just some the groups being encouraged to join the 60-second protest, organised by the People's Fuel Lobby (PFL).
The award-winning haulier, which was started by Michael Baynes in Gaerwen in 1989 and has grown from a single van to a fleet that includes 16 trucks and four vans.
Hauliers are angry at soaring fuel prices which have resulted in the average cost of diesel passing far beyond the 120p-a-litre mark.
MEPs have also introduced provisions aiming to prevent a haulier from profiting from less favourable social and salary conditions in its own country when it systematically carries out transportation between two member states which are not its country of residence.
Angry hauliers today fired a dramatic warning shot at the Government by taking to the streets of Cardiff for a new fuel protest.
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.