truckable

truckable

(ˈtrʌkəbəl)
adj
(of a barge, tug, etc) capable or suitable for being conveyed in or on a truck
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Transaction highlights include the district-scale land package, the entire 1,250 km[sup.2] of ore, truckable to central plant, and a consolidated resource base.
Transaction highlights include the district-scale land package, the entire 1,250 kmA[sup.2] of ore, truckable to central plant, and a consolidated resource base.
Gray sold its barge fleet, including 14 power winch spud barges, four material deck barges and five truckable work float barges to McDonough Marine Service of New Orleans.
Delta now has the capability to fabricate truckable modules in Anchorage.
Black & Veatch and EFT have developed standard designs for 500 and 1,000 bpd portable plants that are truckable into remote locations, www.
(44) The 'truckable' motorway from Genoa to Serravalle could be added to the list, constructed directly by the state, from 1933 to 1935.
These shafts hit their targets with pleasurable accuracy, and the comparison with the homespun effectiveness of architect-free balloon frame stick construction and truckable 'Park Homes' in the USA, Scandinavia and here in the UK is timely, and to the point.
has a vacuum-assisted sludge dewatering system that consists of dewatering beds, a vacuum system, chemical conditioning, and mixing system in order to produce a truckable sludge within 24 hours.
Tarn is a flexible, truckable tub chair which can be used for various tasks within meeting, breakout, cafe or lounge environments.
CH2M is one company keeping busy in the downturn by building, shipping, and installing truckable modules.