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Jun 26, 2017 at 01:30 PM CST
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Hey! I am looking for carriers and per ton rates from AR-GA.
Please email me [email protected]
Replied on Sun, Jul 23, 2017 at 07:28 PM CST
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Call me at 6623473544
Replied on Mon, Jul 24, 2017 at 05:47 PM CST
Originally Posted by: FRANK WILLIAMS
Quote: "Call me at 6623473544"

These people are just trying to gets rates and info so they can get into cut rate hopper freight. They called me with wheat grain loads. I asked what wheat grains are and she said wheat grain. I said wheat.? I guess. I asked what it paid and she said it was a 900 bushels and it would depend on how many loads I could haul. She wouldn't give me a rate no mater what I would ask her. She didn't have any idea what a bunch. Of wheat weighed or couldn't even calculate what the 900 bu load would weigh. I tried to act dum but I couldn't act near as dum as she was. I told her to stay out of the hopper buisness.
Replied on Mon, Jul 24, 2017 at 09:23 PM CST
Originally Posted by: MARLIN EBBERS
Quote: "These people are just trying to gets rates and info so they can get into cut rate hopper freight. They called me with wheat grain loads. I asked what wheat grains are and she said wheat grain. I said wheat.? I guess. I asked what it paid and she said it was a 900 bushels and it would depend on how many loads I could haul. She wouldn't give me a rate no mater what I would ask her. She didn't have any idea what a bunch. Of wheat weighed or couldn't even calculate what the 900 bu load would weigh. I tried to act dum but I couldn't act near as dum as she was. I told her to stay out of the hopper buisness."

IS WHEAT FACTORED AT 60 POUNDS TO A BUSHEL? I KNOW SOYBEANS ARE AND CORN IS 56 POUNDS. ARE OATS 30?
Replied on Mon, Jul 24, 2017 at 09:34 PM CST
Originally Posted by: CHRISTOPHER STIER
Quote: "IS WHEAT FACTORED AT 60 POUNDS TO A BUSHEL? I KNOW SOYBEANS ARE AND CORN IS 56 POUNDS. ARE OATS 30?"

YHoare correct on the wheat and corn but I think oats are 32 pounds in a bushels but usually weigh better.
Replied on Tue, Jul 25, 2017 at 10:28 PM CST
Anyone that thinks they can work with or for TQL and come out is an idiot or extremely new to Trucking. TQL is the worst and the lowest of life forms in the broker industry.
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