Examples from the Web for cartage
By using this scaffold, a saving in plant, cartage, and labor is effected.
These rates are exclusive of cartage and of the extra charges referred to in Appendix I. Page vii.Railway Rates: English and Foreign|J. Grierson
Cartage—The charges made for hauling goods by wagon, or otherwise than by freight or express.
Rates being equal, shipments should be routed over the road from which the customer's cartage charges are the lowest.
To the invoice must be added the freight and cartage—items which must be supplied by the accounting department.