Definition of Backhaul:
Carry (freight) on a return journey.
An unedited video transmission via satellite or other means to a network or station.
Shipment sent on a returning vehicle.
Cargo carried on a return journey.
Return journey of a vehicle from its destination to its point of origin with a non-paying load (called backload) and/or paying load (called payload).
How to use Backhaul in a sentence?
- I was glad we were on the backhaul because it was a very long journey and I wanted to get home to my wife and go to sleep.
- The backhaul always goes faster, since the rigs running lighter and doesnt need to waste time at the weigh stations.
- After hauling eggs across two states the truck driver was asked to backhaul powdered eggs and milk on his return trip.
Meaning of Backhaul & Backhaul Definition