Haulage
Haulage Haul"age (-[asl]j), n. Act of hauling; as, the haulage of cars by an engine; charge for hauling. [1913 Webster]

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  • haulage — haul‧age [ˈhɔːlɪdʒ ǁ ˈhɒːl ] , haul‧ing [ˈhɔːlɪŋ ǁ ˈhɒː ] noun [uncountable] COMMERCE TRANSPORT the business of carrying goods by road or rail: • Rail freight charges are high compared with those of road haulage …   Financial and business terms

  • Haulage — Haulage, also called cartage or drayage, is the horizontal transport of ore, coal, supplies, and waste. The vertical transport of the same with cranes is called hoisting. It is also the term used for the business of transporting goods by… …   Wikipedia

  • haulage — 1826, from HAUL (Cf. haul) + AGE (Cf. age) …   Etymology dictionary

  • haulage — ► NOUN ▪ the commercial transport of goods …   English terms dictionary

  • haulage — [hôl′ij] n. 1. the act or process of hauling 2. the charge made for hauling, as by a railroad …   English World dictionary

  • haulage — noun Haulage is used before these nouns: ↑contractor Haulage is used after these nouns: ↑road …   Collocations dictionary

  • haulage — [[t]hɔ͟ːlɪʤ[/t]] N UNCOUNT: usu with supp Haulage is the business of transporting goods by road. [mainly BRIT] The haulage company was a carrier of machine parts to Turkey …   English dictionary

  • haulage — noun /hɔːlədʒ,ˈhɑlədʒ/ a) the act of hauling The initial task would be the haulage of stores from Cape Evans to Hut Point, a distance of 13 miles. b) the business of transporting goods …   Wiktionary

  • haulage — haul|age [ˈho:lıdʒ US ˈho:l ] n [U] the business of carrying goods in trucks or trains for other companies ▪ the road haulage industry …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • haulage — The charge made by a haulier (haulage contractor) for transporting goods, especially by road. If the goods consist of a large number of packages (e.g. 100 tonnes of cattlefood packed in 2000 bags each weighing 50 kilograms) there will be a… …   Accounting dictionary

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