Drayage

Dray'age noun 1. Use of a dray. 2. The charge, or sum paid, for the use of a dray.
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Drayage

A trucking company freight charge for the pick up or delivery of an ocean container.
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Drayage

• (n.) Use of a dray. • (n.) The charge, or sum paid, for the use of a dray.
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Drayage

The movement of show materials from shipping dock to booth for show set up and back to dock for return shipment at end of show.
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Drayage

Transportation of materials and freight on a local basis, but intermodal freight carriage may also be referred to as drayage.
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Drayage

In the shipping industry and logistics, drayage is the transport of goods over a short distance, often as part of a longer overall move and is typically completed in a single work shift. Some research defines it specifically as `a truck pickup from or delivery to a seaport, border point, inland port, or intermodal terminal with both the trip orig....
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drayage

Transport by truck for short distances; e.g. from wharf to warehouse..
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drayage

Transport by truck for short distances; e.g. from wharf to warehouse..
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Drayage

The fee charged for, or the process of, transporting goods by lorry or truck
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