Definition of trucking
: the process or business of transporting goods on trucks
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Jacobs bought a small, struggling trucking company, then made 13 acquisitions over the past six years, building it into a transportation behemoth ranked in the top tier of the Fortune 500 list of America’s largest industrial companies by revenue.
National Bank of Commerce has tapped Gary Bond as Senior vice President of Equipment Finance to establish a new equipment finance group, primarily focused on the trucking industry.
There was an interlude from his horse life — some years trucking (ironically, for KFC), a marriage, a daughter and divorce.
And there are hundreds, likely thousands more, still on the road, hauling containers for trucking companies that move goods for America’s most beloved retailers, from Costco to Target to Home Depot.
Then on the play of the game in the eighth, Duplantis singled to right as Cole Freeman scored and Duplantis kept on trucking to third when FSU committed two errors on the play.
A local trucking company offered to transport the shell free of cost to the boathouse, saving the men an extra walk and row.
The new plant would consist of about 17,000 square feet for trucking operations, with administrative offices taking up another 9,000 square feet.
Everything from gravel contractors, trucking firms, drone operators, engineering consultants, and food for the all of the above come into the equation.
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Definition of trucking for English Language Learners
: the business of transporting things in trucks
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