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Discussion in 'Ice Management' started by Mark Oomkes, Aug 18, 2020.
Did you call Heidi? Or did the red army buy it all already...
Apparently you yodeled her...?
He made it an easy decision for you. You have to dump him. You can do better than that
Even with the ton to metric tone conversion and the exchange 1.38 your salt prices in the USA sound a lot cheaper.
I’ll ask for prices but my shed it maxed
How much does salt brine cost ?
So the vendor that wants a "booking fee" also wants all our salt bizness.
Axed if he waived the booking fee if we would buy everything from him. Then explains they buy from 3 different suppliers so in theory they will never run out and we can just buy from one.
Ummm...think about that statement a minute.
For that very same reason I'm NOT going to buy all my salt from you.
They're also providing financial advice...use your PPP loan for the booking fee or prepay it all. Or use the prepays from your customers for the booking fee so the entire bill doesn't come at once DURING the season we are using it and getting paid for it.
Thanks, if I want financial advice (all of it bad) I'll be checking with my accountant, banker or a financial adviser.
And they're still the highest price out there.
Soooooo what's the price...
Got quoted $100/tonne for purple passion delivered today, didn't think that was terrible...
Wait...we still talking about salt?
No from Chitcago, not Toledo...
Damnit beat me to it. We sure dont name salt like that up here. Just well..... you know.
Got quoted $80 per ton picked up from site one.
Seems high unless you're talking about some calcium blend super fire ice melter.