Is it pick up or pickup?
Also, does pick up truck have a hyphen?
I've always used hyphenation for the compound modifier. Pick up for the verb and pickup for the truck or any other time that it is used as a noun. So I would say "Drive your pickup to pick up the kids at the pick-up location." However the distinction between adjective and noun seems to be going away over time.
One may also ask, can you pick up meaning? When you pick something up, you lift it up. When you pick yourself up after you have fallen or been knocked down, you stand up rather slowly. When you pick up someone or something that is waiting to be collected, you go to the place where they are and take them away, often in a car.
Regarding this, will be picked up or will be pick up?
I think for pickup is more common in colloquial English, to be picked up is more wordy and sounds more formal. When used as a noun or adjective, it's a single, compound word. When used as a verb, it's split into the original two words: pick up your clothes.
What does pickup date mean?
Instead of the delivery date customer and vendor can send the pick-up date, which is the time at which a freight forwarder picks up the required materials or products from the vendor.