The term “building construction trailer” is a common one used to describe a commercial building’s construction trailer rental business.
The term’s origins date back to the late 1970s, when it was first used to refer to a trailer rental service that rented trailers and other equipment from companies that had leased them from construction firms.
That service, which has been around since the early 1980s, was known as the “building trailers business.”
It has since expanded to include other kinds of construction, including utility trailers and industrial trailers.
In 2014, the Federal Trade Commission launched an investigation into whether building trailers are a legitimate industry.
The investigation was sparked by complaints from some truck rental companies about the amount of money they were making from their business.
(Some companies were actually making money, while others were paying less than they should have.)
The FTC said the companies are selling their equipment to companies that have been sued for unfair labor practices and that the companies were making millions of dollars from the rental business in exchange for making it easier for consumers to rent their equipment.
That’s when the term “construction construction trailer business” emerged.
The FTC launched an enforcement action against several companies in 2014, including the company that was accused of misleading consumers.
The company that made the allegations, the FreightTrucks Association, also won a $5 million settlement with the FTC in 2015, after a similar lawsuit was filed against it in 2015.
The Freight Trucks Association has continued to work with the Commission to protect consumers from unfair labor and other forms of discrimination, and the company continues to serve as the industry’s official lobbying arm.
A 2014 report by the American Trucking Associations (ATA) found that truck rental industry companies made up roughly 7% of all commercial truck rental businesses.
The industry’s legal status remains murky.
The Federal Trade Office declined to comment on the FreightsTruks Association’s complaint in November 2017.
A 2013 report by Businessweek called Freight Trucks a “major” business, and said that the industry had grown by 10% in the last decade, “a substantial number that dwarfs its competitors.”
The report also said that Freight Tours, the commercial trucking firm founded in 2002, is one of the most profitable companies in the industry.
But the industry has struggled to maintain its reputation, with one industry trade group estimating that Freights Tours is worth less than $5 billion.
The American Truckers Association also has an official lobbying office in Washington, DC, where it lobbies Congress on issues such as trade protection, environmental protection, and labor standards.
The agency did not respond to Ars’ request for comment.
The law that regulates the industry varies between states, as well as the companies that operate the businesses.
Some states have laws requiring a license to operate a commercial construction construction trailer, but many have regulations that require the companies to be licensed as contractors rather than commercial property.
A 2015 report by Consumers Union, an advocacy group, said that nearly half of the companies listed in its annual directory of the top 25 commercial construction contractors had no licenses at all, and that “some have been operating without permits for years.”
The American Construction Trade Association says that about 90% of its members are commercial property operators, while the National Association of Commercial Property Owners (NACPO) estimates that only 2% of commercial construction businesses are commercial.
“There’s no question that there are some companies out there that are legitimate businesses,” said Sarah Mancini, director of public policy for NACPO.
“But if you look at the industry overall, the fact is, it’s not a legitimate business,” Mancinis said.
“We have the highest level of consumer protections in the country.”