cartage cartage


  • (n) the work of taking something away in a cart or truck and disposing of it


  1. The Army says that by the end of this summer cargo cartage by air will be the biggest single development in the war effort.
  2. Cost to Gimbel's buyer: a tentative $50,000 plus cartage.


  • Streator gives green light to streetlight project

    Streator's City Council Tuesday gave the green light to a cooperative agreement with Streator Elementary District 44 for a flashing yellow light project. The council awarded a contract to Tobey's Construction & Cartage, Inc. to install the lights on
    on July 10, 2013     Source: The Ottawa Times


  1. "This could potentially save millions of dollars given the resource availability and reduced cartage costs," Mr Beattie told reporters in Brisbane.
    on Jun 14, 2007 By: Peter Beattie Source: The Age

  2. "I am pleased to advise that the Cabinet Budget Review Committee has approved funding towards the cartage of water under the Urban Drought Water Program at an expected cost of $400,000 a month," Ms Bligh said. "We anticipate that this could...
    on Aug 29, 2008 By: Anna Bligh Source: ABC Online

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