carload

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  • noun

Synonyms for carload

a gathering of passengers sufficient to fill an automobile

Related Words

the amount of cargo that can be held by a boat or ship or a freight car

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Eight of the 10 carload commodity groups posted increases compared with the same week in 2013, including grain with 25,819 carloads, up 25.
Metals traffic grew 2,553 carloads primarily due to increased steel shipments in GWI's New York/Ohio/Pennsylvania and Southern Regions.
Excluding 1,327 carloads from the Arizona Eastern Railway (AZER) acquisition, which closed September 1, 2011, and 155 carloads from the Hilton & Albany Railroad, Inc.
Coal, coke & ores traffic decreased 2,437 carloads primarily due to lower shipments in GWI's Rocky Mountain and New York/Ohio/Pennsylvania Regions.
Excluding 1,274 carloads from the Arizona Eastern Railway (AZER) acquisition, which closed September 1, 2011, and 196 carloads from the Hilton & Albany Railroad, Inc.
Minerals & stone traffic decreased 1,818 carloads primarily due to lower shipments in GWI's New York/Ohio/Pennsylvania, Rail Link and Southern Regions.
Excluding 1,310 carloads from the Arizona Eastern Railway (AZER) acquisition, which closed September 1, 2011, and 250 carloads from the Hilton & Albany Railroad, Inc.
GWI's traffic in October 2009 was 62,577 carloads, a decrease of 17,786 carloads, or 22.
GWI's traffic in February 2012 was 72,245 carloads, a decrease of 442 carloads, or 0.
GWI's traffic in September 2009 was 63,607 carloads, a decrease of 1,250 carloads, or 1.
GWI's traffic in January 2012 was 72,887 carloads, a decrease of 9,848 carloads, or 11.
GWI's traffic in August 2009 was 66,057 carloads, a decrease of 2,385 carloads, or 3.
GWI's traffic in December 2011 was 82,009 carloads, an increase of 524 carloads, or 0.
GWI's traffic in July 2009 was 67,423 carloads, a decrease of 822 carloads, or 1.
GWI's traffic in November 2011 was 80,454 carloads, an increase of 7,089 carloads, or 9.