Looking to split a trailer truck load of Blashak coal

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Re: Looking to split a trailer truck load of Blashak coal

PostBy: mtoo On: Wed May 20, 2009 8:24 pm

mr1precision wrote:OMG! I just got a quote from the local Aubuchon hardware store for 18 tons of blaschak coal. $401.00 per ton! :doh: So far the best price I got was for Reading coal from the local stove shop for $279.00 22 tons. The search continues...


I recently got a quote from Penn Keystone for a full load of kimmel's rice. Here is what they had to offer.
"Right now bagged Rice is $200/ton FOB plant and trucking would be
$34/ton.
Coal is coming from several different sources, a few small deep mines
and surface mines in the southern field and from around Hazelton."

This was to 06098 zip. I don't think it would change too much to your location. i think you are about 100 miles from me.
mike
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Re: Looking to split a trailer truck load of Blashak coal

PostBy: mr1precision On: Wed May 20, 2009 8:45 pm

mtoo wrote:I recently got a quote from Penn Keystone for a full load of kimmel's rice. Here is what they had to offer.
"Right now bagged Rice is $200/ton FOB plant and trucking would be
$34/ton.
Coal is coming from several different sources, a few small deep mines
and surface mines in the southern field and from around Hazelton."

This was to 06098 zip. I don't think it would change too much to your location. i think you are about 100 miles from me.
mike


Mike,
That's not a bad deal. I have a couple more quotes coming in. I might just end up with Kimmels again but I was hoping to get away from those woven bags. That would be the only snag for me but I could live it for the right price.
Thanks,
Steve
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Re: Looking to split a trailer truck load of Blashak coal

PostBy: davidmcbeth3 On: Sun Jun 14, 2009 7:41 pm

I'm in CT, near New london, along the cost .. ~30min from I91/I95 connection ....... 3 tons of nut coal I would be willing to discuss .. not quite half, but may help make the full trailer ... need to know by 30JUN09 ... not alot of time but maybe :) Blascak sp? coal bagged is good for me
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Re: Looking to split a trailer truck load of Blashak coal

PostBy: mr1precision On: Sun Jun 14, 2009 9:18 pm

davidmcbeth3 wrote:I'm in CT, near New london, along the cost .. ~30min from I91/I95 connection ....... 3 tons of nut coal I would be willing to discuss .. not quite half, but may help make the full trailer ... need to know by 30JUN09 ... not alot of time but maybe :) Blascak sp? coal bagged is good for me


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Re: Looking to split a trailer truck load of Blashak coal

PostBy: efo141 On: Sun Jun 14, 2009 9:58 pm

Mike, did Penn Keystone give you a Zip on where the coal can be picked up? I might be able to get a better price on the trucking for you, Let me know.
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Re: Looking to split a trailer truck load of Blashak coal

PostBy: Bpashocker On: Mon Jun 15, 2009 6:50 am

Hi Guys
I just got a quote from Penn keystone last week for 200 a ton of rice and it was 48 a ton for delivery. I live down in southereastern mass near the cape cod. If anyone is willing to split a truck load I'd be willing to do that. if not I just got a price from my local dealer for 280 for 1.25 ton pallets. I think he's getting his coal from Penn Keystone. I'll pick up anywhere in mass.
Barry
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Re: Looking to split a trailer truck load of Blashak coal

PostBy: kootch88 On: Mon Jun 15, 2009 12:25 pm

Barry,

I am looking for 4 tons of rice coal and live in Southern Maine. I imagine I can get a trailer to pick up down there is this can be arrainged. If interested pm me.

John
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Re: Looking to split a trailer truck load of Blashak coal

PostBy: mr1precision On: Mon Jun 15, 2009 12:53 pm

Bpashocker wrote:Hi Guys
I just got a quote from Penn keystone last week for 200 a ton of rice and it was 48 a ton for delivery. I live down in southereastern mass near the cape cod. If anyone is willing to split a truck load I'd be willing to do that. if not I just got a price from my local dealer for 280 for 1.25 ton pallets. I think he's getting his coal from Penn Keystone. I'll pick up anywhere in mass.
Barry


Barry,
I'm already splitting this load with someone. We are going with Kimmel in SOLID plastic bags. I gave up on Blaschak because the best price I got was $345 for 23 ton. :shock: Thats too rich for my blood. If all you are looking for is 3 ton you might try buying reading coal in Medway Mass. If you picked it up it might be cheaper. Good luck!
Thanks anyways,
Steve
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Re: Looking to split a trailer truck load of Blashak coal

PostBy: Bpashocker On: Wed Jun 17, 2009 1:27 pm

Steve
Are you going thru Penn Keystone?
Thanks anyway
Barry
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Re: Looking to split a trailer truck load of Blashak coal

PostBy: mr1precision On: Wed Jun 17, 2009 10:13 pm

Bpashocker wrote:Steve
Are you going thru Penn Keystone?
Thanks anyway
Barry

Yes, most likely.
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Re: Looking to split a trailer truck load of Blashak coal

PostBy: ibizan On: Sat Sep 26, 2009 3:24 pm

Hi,

Just saw your post after months of not being online!

I know it is too late for this season, but for future info I would be willing to go in on a trailer. In fact, I should have my CDL-A before winter ( in class right now) this year and will be seeking to purchase a used tractor to do the hauling myself right from the breaker.

I live in New Hampshire just outside of Manchester.
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Re: Looking to split a trailer truck load of Blashak coal

PostBy: mr1precision On: Sat Sep 26, 2009 4:32 pm

ibizan wrote:Hi,

Just saw your post after months of not being online!

I know it is too late for this season, but for future info I would be willing to go in on a trailer. In fact, I should have my CDL-A before winter ( in class right now) this year and will be seeking to purchase a used tractor to do the hauling myself right from the breaker.

I live in New Hampshire just outside of Manchester.


Sweet! I'll keep that in mind.
Thanks,
Steve
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Re: Looking to split a trailer truck load of Blashak coal

PostBy: captcaper On: Sun Sep 27, 2009 9:03 am

I'd be willing to go in on 5 ton of bagged Nut. Actually I'd like to get a couple of ton of Pea as well.

They want $ 430 for 2.4 ton Pallet of Blazcek here.
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Re: Looking to split a trailer truck load of Blashak coal

PostBy: endinmaine On: Fri Oct 02, 2009 11:32 am

I'm picking up 3 tons from a dealer in southern Maine,

They only sell bagged coal by the pallet. $295/ton (cash or check), 1.2 tons/pallet=$354.00.

Southern Maine Renewable Fuels.

They have 2 locations, Wells and Westford and also will deliver.

Eric
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