haulier


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haulier

(ˈhɔːljə) or

hauler

n
1. (Commerce) a person or firm that transports goods by lorry; one engaged in road haulage
2. (Mining & Quarrying) a person that hauls, esp a mine worker who conveys coal from the workings to the foot of the shaft
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.haulier - a haulage contractorhaulier - a haulage contractor      
contractor - someone (a person or firm) who contracts to build things
dustman, garbage carter, garbage collector, garbage hauler, garbage man, garbageman, refuse collector - someone employed to collect and dispose of refuse
Translations
سائِق نَقْلِيّات
dopravce
vognmand
flutningamiîlari; vörubílstjóri
nakliyatçı

haulier

[ˈhɔːlɪəʳ] Ntransportista mf

haulier

[ˈhɔːliər] hauler [ˈhɔːlər] (US) ntransporteur/euse m/f, camionneur/euse m/f

haulier

, (US) hauler
nSpediteur(in) m(f), → Fuhrunternehmer(in) m(f); (= company)Spedition f; firm of hauliersSpedition(sfirma) f, → Transportunternehmen nt

haulier

[ˈhɔːljə] hauler (Am) [ˈhɔːlə] nautotrasportatore m

haul

(hoːl) verb
1. to pull with great effort or difficulty. Horses are used to haul barges along canals.
2. to carry by some form of transport. Coal is hauled by road and rail.
noun
1. a strong pull. He gave the rope a haul.
2. the amount of anything, especially fish, that is got at one time. The fishermen had a good haul; The thieves got away from the jeweller's with a good haul.
ˈhaulage (-lidʒ) noun
(money charged for) the carrying of goods by road, rail etc.
ˈhaulier (-liə) noun
a person who owns lorries which carry goods for other people.
a long haul
a long or tiring job, journey etc.
References in periodicals archive ?
The producer can do this either by approaching other hauliers in the area, or by contacting the Casualty Helpline on 0800 525890 and asking them for the contact details of another haulier who can collect the animal.
As a result, some existing haulage depots will increase in size, some will close and others will see a change of haulier.
But while clearly hostile to Mr Brown's idea, he signalled support for the protests being made by haulier counterparts in Britain.
Selkirk-based haulier Elliot Henderson decided to register his nine-strong fleet in Ireland after tax rates were increased.
But despite their protests, Dr Reid told them: "The road haulage industry in Britain is more competitive than any other road haulier in Europe, with the exception of Austria.
Proteo's system, known as Haulier Enterprise, will help to reduce the company's fuel bills and drive down costs at the specialist haulier by managing everything from workflow to insurance claims.
A haulier for 30 years, Mr Edmunds, who has a fleet of seven lorries, said: "I have never seen times as bad as this.
A change of policy is clearly needed because one local haulier, A&M of Pontardawe, went bankrupt last week with 17 drivers laid off with a terrible impact on their families and also a loss to the local economy.
Kent-based haulier Peter Knight said: "This is the economics of the mad house.
The proposal also reinforces the requirements for the granting of haulier licences issued by member states, just like those on the hiring of planes from third countries by Community airlines.
30am they park up in the road or wherever they are for one minute," the farmer and haulier said.