freightage freightage


  1. (n) the charge for transporting something by common carrier
  2. (n) transporting goods commercially at rates cheaper than express rates



  1. The freightage or lighterage charge is $5 a case and boats usually make one trip a day with fifty cases a trip.
  2. Railroad curves, bridges and tunnels between Jersey City and Whiting did not permit freightage of Stanolind's tank.
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