And because the demand for livestock cartage had been ‘slow’ the price issue had less urgency.
Once more the old enemy of scarcity of transport was being felt, pushing up the price of cartage and retarding work at the mine.
Rehearsal and cartage are bottom-line necessities, but, especially with cartage , most people just don't realize what goes into it.
In most cases these materials may just satisfy the structural requirement of pavement material but, due to their proximity, they are cheaper than stronger materials which have the added cost of cartage from more distant sites.
This was priced at cost plus cartage from the port, as part payment of contract and fifty percent of the amount of tender to be held by the company until all the work was completed.
They'll have first option on contracts for forest activities such as logging and cartage .
Regardless of the $4,000 a year paid for cartage , the Blinman mine had made a profit and paid out dividends to its shareholders, the first mine in the Northern Flinders Ranges to do so!
This also affected the cartage of copper ore from the northern mines.
The Transport Licensing Regulations 1950 could not be construed as prohibiting contracts of cartage .
Regardless of this small improvement, the cost of cartage between Port Augusta and the Yudanamutana mine were increasing all the time.