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Synonyms for carload

a gathering of passengers sufficient to fill an automobile

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

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Total carloads for the week ending October 21 were 268,943 carloads, up 0.
Keep in mind that carloads are being bolstered by a bounce back in coal volumes due to natural gas prices rising and higher coal export levels, even though the AAR observes that coal volumes still remain low when matched up against historical norms.
Originally, it was feet, not inches, deep-the reason the Nazis transported carloads of it to Germany.
4%, compared to total January 2012 carloads pro forma for the RA acquisition.
weekly rail traffic was 548,790 carloads and intermodal units, up 2.
Rail carloads were down for the second consecutive year, due mainly to a weak manufacturing economy and turmoil in energy markets, while intermodal failed to set its fourth straight annual record.
GWI will report consolidated traffic volumes, including carloads from the RailAmerica railroads, beginning with the press release for January 2013 traffic.
G&Ws traffic in March 2017 was 290,752 carloads, an increase of 52,455 carloads, or 22.
rail carloads in 2016, it's fair to say that weekly volume readings continue to remain on a downward trajectory, depending on type of carload commodity, said FTR partner Larry Gross at his firm's annual transportation conference last month.
Rail carloads of automobiles, large equipment rose last week Freight shipments of automobile and other heavy equipment by North American Class I's and regional carriers increased by 5.
GWI's traffic in November 2012 was 75,048 carloads, a decrease of 5,406 carloads, or 6.
G&Ws traffic in September 2016 was 244,796 carloads, a decrease of 9,498 carloads, or 3.
Gross said that carloads are seeing a mix of cyclical and secular elements, with the ongoing large declines in coal and the overall energy sector driving the annual declines.
GWI's traffic in October 2012 was 80,241 carloads, a decrease of 4,090 carloads, or 4.
weekly rail traffic was 537,904 carloads and intermodal units, down 5.