milk round


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milk round

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1. a route along which a milkman regularly delivers milk
2. 
a. a regular series of visits, esp as made by recruitment officers from industry to universities
b. (as modifier): milk-round recruitment
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The milk round was basically a job centre for Jesmond people!
Creamline Dairies, which runs 120 milk rounds across the region, has seen 1,000 new customers sign up for milk deliveries between January and March this year.
"I did two years of business marketing and one of sports science at college and had a couple of jobs alongside: I worked on a milk round, on an electric float, a 4am-er in a village round the corner from Soham; and in Next.
He explained: "I worked on a milk round and also had a job in Next.
Along with his fundraising work, Trevor has inspired all of the staff at his dairy to get involved, and leaflets about Rainbow Trust are now delivered on the milk rounds.
"He was born in April 1964, and I was doing the milk round up to three months before he arrived," explained Edna.
Her first job was working on the family milk round where she took the milk from the farm direct to customers.
More specifically:: Distribution Transport:: Distribution of materials in stock ~night-and day-distribution from the DC Eandis respectively to the collection points and the safety of warehouse Erembodegem and the appointed contractors.: -Retrieve return materials and empty roll containers from the collection points, the safety stock and the appointed contractors.: -Opportunity for Transports lab and suppliers (eg pallet meters).: Distribution of long goods (less than or equal to 6 m) from the DC Eandis according to principle of milk round dagtransport to respective collection points.: Crane Transport:: -Transportation planning materials in dagvervoer between the DC and Eandis yards (PE tubes, reels, tubes> 6m, heavy tubes 6m, ...).
"I had a milk round, a log round and a paper round," he said.
Paul Griffin added: "At one time many UK farmers would have used a batch pasteuriser of this type to process milk from their own herds for a local milk round. That sort of business has all but disappeared but this type of equipment still has good potential in certain niche world markets.
Adam Carrolan, defending, said his client began his milk round in Bromsgrove at 2am and met a friend for drinks after work.