(a) The quantity of freight required for the application of a carload rate. (b) A car loaded to its weight or space-carrying capacity.
A truckload of paper weighing 40,000 pounds.
the amount of cargo that can be held by a boat or ship or a freight car; "he imported wine by the boatload"
A truck load of paper weighing 40,000 pounds.
A truckload of paper weighing 40000 pounds.
Selling unit of paper that may weigh anywhere from 20,000 to 100,000 pounds (9,090 to 45, 454 kilos), depending on which mill or merchant uses the term. Abbreviated CL.
A truck load of paper weighing 40000 pounds.
A shipment of not less than 10,000 pounds of one commodity from one consignor to another.
The quantity of pipe loaded on a railway car for shipment from the pipe-making facility.
Shipping unit of paper usually weighting 40,000 pounds.
Quantity of freight required to fill a railcar. Specified quantity necessary to qualify a shipment for a carload rate.
a shipment of not less than five tons of one commodity.
Usually 40,000 pounds of paper.
A quantity of paper shipped from the mill in one freight car.