Heat, LLC

aweya Posted By aweya, Aug 18, 2008 at 3:04 PM

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  1. aweya

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    Has anyone ever dealt with HEAT, LLC 314 East 1st Street -Mountain Grove, MO 65711? I just called for a truckload (22 tons) at 148.80 per ton + delivery. Premium hardwood pellets 1/2 percent ash content. Seems almost too good to be true. Anybody know these guys?
     
  2. BubbRubb

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    I don't know anything about them, but you would be wise to approach with caution.
     
  3. kinsmanstoves

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    Sounds to good to be true.

    What they get you for shipping? $3.00 a mile x 1,400 miles = $4200.00 for shipping
    + $3,273.60 pellets = $7473.60 or $339.71 per ton


    Eric
     
  4. BadDad320

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    Shipping....... That's going to be pricey. I would be interested to see the final numbers on this deal.
     
  5. aweya

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    Still working on freight cost but it looks like Eric here knows what he's talking about. I'm trying a transportation broker. Maybe I can get a truck thats coming back to MA from there empty. Dunno....live and learn they say.
     
  6. ugenetoo

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    everybody's backhaul is someone else's main haul!
     
  7. BrotherBart

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    10-4 good buddy. At around ninety cents a mile for diesel it better be.
     
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