Logistics Companies definition

Logistics Companies means a third party company or fourth party company that (i) is not a rail carrier or shipper and (ii) which, as the majority of its business, arranges for the transportation of goods, manages the supply chain (including, but not limited to, inventory management, warehousing, packaging of goods, consolidating and de-consolidating of products, line feeding, pick-up and delivery of goods and all kind of transportation) of goods for others.

Examples of Logistics Companies in a sentence

  • Industrial or Logistic(s) Companies inside or outside of the ICM Area must pay an average of at least $14 per hour at the subject property as a starting wage with no job paying less than $11 per hour.

  • Logistics Companies shall construct a minimum of 100,000 square feet for new building construction or must add at least 50,000 square feet to the size of an existing building.

  • Logistics Companies shall construct a minimum of 10,000 square feet for new building construction or must add at least 5,000 square feet to the size of an existing building.

  • The French General Terms and Conditions for the Union of French Transportation and Logistics Companies (T.L.F.) are published on 1st January 2017 (first of January two thousand and seventeen).

  • These values are not mandatory but will assist Shippers and Logistics Companies in identifying your fleets.

  • While Freight Forwarding is an important function of 3PL Service providers to facilitate the Supply Chain, another equally important function managed by 3PL Logistics Companies is Contract Logistics.

  • For Industrial and Logistic(s) Companies in areas outside of the Interstate Competition Market Area that are adding to the size of an existing building, as referenced in Section “2.D.1.” and “2.D.2” above, must create a minimum of 10 additional full‐time permanent jobs.

  • Provide the estimated total number of owner occupied and/or rental units in which you will conduct interventions.

  • New Industrial or Logistic(s) Companies in areas outside of the ICM Area must create a minimum of 20 full-time permanent jobs.

  • Logistic(s) Companies shall construct a minimum of 10,000 square feet for new building construction or must add at least 5,000 square feet to the size of an existing building.

Related to Logistics Companies

  • Operating Companies means, collectively, ACME Television of Florida, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, ACME Television of Illinois, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, ACME Television of Madison, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, ACME Television of New Mexico, L.L.C., a Delaware limited liability company, ACME Television of Ohio, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, ACME Television of Tennessee, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, ACME Television of Utah, L.L.C., a Delaware limited liability company, ACME Television of Wisconsin, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, and any Acquisition Operating Company formed or acquired by Borrower or its Subsidiaries after the date hereof.

  • Operating Company means an “operating company” within the meaning of 29 C.F.R. §2510.3-101(c) of the Plan Asset Regulations.

  • Project Companies means all Group Project Companies and Non-Group Project Companies together, each being a “Project Company”.

  • Production company means a corporation, partnership, limited liability company, or other business entity engaged in the business of producing qualified productions and is registered with the Arkansas Secretary of State to engage in business in Arkansas;

  • Pipeline means any pipe, pipes, or pipelines used for the intrastate transportation or transmission of any solid, liquid, or gaseous substance, except water.

  • Group Companies means the Company and the Subsidiaries and “Group Company” means any one of them;

  • CGS means the Connecticut General Statutes.

  • Partnership Group Member means any member of the Partnership Group.

  • Founding Companies has the meaning set forth in the third recital of this Agreement.

  • Transportation Company means any organization which provides its own or its leased vehicles for transportation or which provides freight forwarding or air express services.

  • Portfolio Companies means individual portfolio investments made by the alternative investment vehicle.

  • Atlas means Automated Transportation Logistics Activity System. ATLAS is a computerized information system to which all Shippers have access upon request. ATLAS enables Shippers to nominate and release product and to monitor and coordinate the movement of Petroleum Products while on Carrier's system.

  • GP means Gottbetter & Partners, LLP.

  • Project Company means Company incorporated by the bidder as per Indian Laws in accordance with Clause no 3.5.

  • MLP has the meaning assigned to such term in the opening paragraph of this Agreement.

  • Operating Subsidiaries means, collectively, the Corporation and HST, each a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Trust, and "Operating Subsidiary" means either of the Corporation or HST, as applicable.

  • Partnership Group means the Partnership and its Subsidiaries treated as a single consolidated entity.

  • Acquired Companies means, collectively, the Company and the Company Subsidiaries.

  • Natural gas company ’ means a person engaged in the transportation of natural gas in interstate commerce, or the sale in inter- state commerce of such gas for resale.

  • Partnership Entities means the General Partner and each member of the Partnership Group.

  • PJM Entities means PJM, including the Market Monitoring Unit, the PJM Board, and PJM’s officers, employees, representatives, advisors, contractors, and consultants.

  • Target Companies has the meaning set forth in the recitals.

  • Acquired Entities means any Person that becomes a Subsidiary as a result of an Acquisition.

  • Wireline means a cable containing one or more electrical conductors which is used to lower and raise logging tools in the well-bore.

  • biofuels means liquid or gaseous fuel for transport produced from biomass;

  • Operating Entities means, from time to time, the Persons in which the Holding Entities, directly or indirectly, hold interests and that (i) directly hold real estate assets, or (ii) indirectly hold real estate assets but all of the interests of which are not held, directly or indirectly, by the Holding Entities, other than, in the case of each of (i) and (ii), any Person in which the Holding Entities, directly or indirectly, hold interests for investment purposes only of less than 5% of the outstanding equity securities of that Person;