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a number of individuals making up or considered a unit

a group of people sharing an interest, activity, or achievement

to distribute into groups according to kinds

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(chemistry) two or more atoms bound together as a single unit and forming part of a molecule

a set that is closed, associative, has an identity element and every element has an inverse

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Success in selling international frozen groupage services and a bit of "luck from the Irish" added up to a banner year for the Heerlen, Holland-based office of Polfrost International Spedition.
Bird's Groupage, based in Oldbury, won in the category of exceeding customer expectations, while city centre-based Bucknall Austin took the award for unleashing the power of technology.
For exports to China, now the world's most important market for French wine, Japan, Korea, Australia and the US, a new LCL (Less Than Container Load) groupage service is also available, using refrigerated containers.
For Oldbury-based road transport company, Bird's Groupage Services, responding to this challenge has boosted growth significantly over the past three years.
The service supplies for communicate groupage and part-loads, in joint venture with Iraqi freight forwarder Mateen Express.
Nedlloyd, DanTransport and Dubois already cooperate in international groupage, while Saima Avendero has bilateral relationships with DanTransport and Dubois.
He had travelled from Germany before arriving in the Black Country at Bird Groupage Services, Tat Bank Road, at 10am.
Expenses are related to provisions made for discontinuing the groupage activities in the United Kingdom, the reorganization of corporate staff departments and the restructuring of the German groupage activities.
88 national and 25 international daily scheduled services link the logistics centre to DACHSER s European groupage network.
Next Generation Global Logistics (NGGL) is offering weekly groupage (LCL) containers to and from Europe, the Far East, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, South America, Central America, Africa and the Caribbean as a fully-licensed NVOOC (non-vessel operating common carrier).
Bird's Groupage Services, of Oldbury, won an industry Oscar for 'efficiency in operation' at the Motor Transport Awards, held in London's Royal Albert Hall for the first time.
Their joint venture, covering third countries as well as Europe, includes full load services, groupage, distribution and logistics project business for producers and distributors of frozen and chilled food products.
One of the UK's top road hauliers, Black Country-based Birds Groupage, has been forced to abandon plans to "flag out" its fleet.
Steve Porter Transport has facilities across five sites in Southampton, Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight and operates a consolidation and daily groupage service between Southampton, and the Isle of Wight.
The company operates weekly container groupage services in both East and Westbound directions for Delhi, Mumbai-Nhava Sheva, Chennai, Tuticorin, Cochin and Kolkata, with delivery/collection available via Davies Turner's network of depots around Britain and Ireland.
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