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WOW rock salt for $75 a ton!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Ice Management' started by EPPSLLC, Oct 27, 2008.


    EPPSLLC Senior Member
    Messages: 209

    SIKE :jester: . . .go read a marketing article you cheap skates LOL :gunsfiring:
  2. Superior L & L

    Superior L & L PlowSite Veteran
    from MI
    Messages: 3,041

    thats a good one!!! you had me
  3. JeepPlow18

    JeepPlow18 Senior Member
    Messages: 658

    Why did I even click on it lol. I would expect this from grandview haha.

    EPPSLLC Senior Member
    Messages: 209

    Just a newbies way of breaking the ice and introducing my self :)
  5. mshields22

    mshields22 Junior Member
    from PA
    Messages: 4

    thats what i get it for.... no suprise here
  6. elite1msmith

    elite1msmith 2000 Club Member
    from chicago
    Messages: 2,762

    dude, its just not funny anymore -
  7. elmo1537

    elmo1537 Senior Member
    Messages: 116

    No joke

    I just paid $73 per ton for salt delivered to my storage area on Tuesday. They delivered 35 ton and I ordered 70 that will be delivered in a couple weeks. I am trying to post the delivery ticket but I can't get my scanner to work.
  8. Albany is anywhere from mid 70's to low 90's...I think that will shoot way up December 1st or so...supply is short...Where in upstate are you Elmo?
  9. Duncan90si

    Duncan90si Senior Member
    Messages: 602

    I'm paying $75 per ton delivered for salt right now. I take it everyone else is paying more in other areas of the country.
  10. nicksplowing

    nicksplowing PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,226

    $90 a ton for treated salt here in philadelphia :D

    EPPSLLC Senior Member
    Messages: 209

    I pay 180 per ton but thats because it's bagged salt
  12. kimber

    kimber Senior Member
    from Ohio
    Messages: 140

    Here in North East Ohio, where we have two major suppliers (Morton and Cargill) its between $85 and $100/ton. Last year, I paid $33.50 for a boatload.
  13. elmo1537

    elmo1537 Senior Member
    Messages: 116

    I could throw a stone at the cargill plant in my area that produce 75% of the salt for Mass and New York but that is still the best deal I can get. The good part is if you didnt have a contract last year they wouldn't even talk to you this year. Who know how long that contract is really good for anyways.