haulage business

Translations

haulage business

n (esp Brit) (= firm)Transport- or Fuhrunternehmen nt, → Spedition(sfirma) f; (= trade)Speditionsbranche f, → Fuhrwesen nt
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Mr Anderson, aged 54, had been in the haulage business for 33 years, the last 17 of which he had spent in Hunterhill on the site of an old laundry.
During the early 1960s he sold the haulage business to a local family, whose Cormack Transport fleet of livestock trucks still ply Scotland's roads.
As the company was originally a haulage business which consisted of four Lorries, the coach business was operated alongside the haulage business which ran until 1953 when the vehicles were sold to another local company.
PORT of Tyne is making 40 of its drivers redundant after deciding to close its external haulage business.
Work with her father's haulage business in Lesmahagow followed, gaining an HGV licence in the process.
One man, who has run a local haulage business for 25 years, said he was still calculating the losses.
The news that Jimmy King sold his half of the haulage business to Joe Tate must have been pretty tough for Robert Sugden.
Haulage business owner Rae, whose victim was a disgruntled former employee, pleaded guilty to his aggressive actions which his defence solicitor Paul Kelly described as,"not a headbutt, but a firm placement of the head".
A WIND turbine haulage business went into administration yesterday with the loss of 21 jobs.
He lived at 170 Barton Road in Crosland Moor and worked with his father in the family haulage business.
McDougall of Lindsworth Road, Kings Norton, owns a Wythallbased heavy goods haulage business and blamed HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) for losing his business records.
M2 EQUITYBITES-December 1, 2016-Glencore Closes AUD 1.14bn Sale of Australian Rail Coal Haulage Business