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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 producer can of course choose to employ a haulier to transport the cadaver for them and the Casualty Helpline is on hand to suggest possible hauliers if required.
Worcester-based Milk Marque is axing hauliers and depots in a major shake-up aimed at saving pounds 2 million a year.
Gerry McMahon, of the Irish Road Hauliers Association, said: "This is another burden on Irish hauliers.
SCOTTISH road hauliers are taxing their fleets in Ireland to escape higher UK rates which they claim are forcing them out of business.
The hauliers were complaining about the increase in fuel prices and vehicle excise duty in the last Budget, which they say is threatening businesses and jobs in the West Midlands.
We appreciate the patience of drivers during this initial transition and anticipate that within weeks haulier turnaround times will be significantly faster than under the previous system.
Haulier Enterprise is a transport management system designed for mid to large-size haulage businesses.
Lining their vehicles along a specially closed section of the A40 Westway in west London, the hauliers spoke of their fears for the industry as long as fuel costs remained at record highs.
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.
Hauliers are angry at soaring fuel prices which have resulted in the average cost of diesel passing far beyond the 120p-a-litre mark.
To recall, this text merges Regulation 2407/92 on granting licences to hauliers, Regulation 2408/92 on the freedom to operate air transport services within the Community and Regulation 2409/92 on the fares and rates for these services.
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).