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CoCo Pallet Share Fairfield County Ct

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Morgan...With only 20 boxes between us, and residential delivery (no loading dock) the cost gets too high. In the past I've been involved in shares where one person had a loading dock and several people shared a fuller pallet. Worked out reasonably well.

If someone else chimes in with commercial delivery possible, I'd still be interested. I live in Darien, Ct.

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Depending on the trucking company or forwarder, we maybe able to have it delivered to the terminal and then unload them there. I agree it would be great to have a few more people to get a full skid/pallet of 40 boxes. I ordered 3 pallets years ago and got stuck with a whole skid when some people backed out and i had a loading dock then. We should figure out the payment plan too- maybe we can send the monies to CA as a group for the shipment as individual payments.  I’m  going to ask someone i know in Bridgeport CT area if we can use their loading dock.

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On 6/13/2019 at 9:22 AM, What's a leftover? said:

Would be interested in a pallet share in SW Ct, Westchester County, Northern NJ. Do not have access to loading dock or forklift. Would drive up to 2 hours to meet.

Only looking for 10-15 boxes personally.

Holt

A bit premature for me (our 21” Supreme is aboard ship 2+ weeks out of LA) but down the road I’d be interested in sharing a pallet order. No idea yet what our usage rate might be, and thus how many boxes I could take. I do have loading dock access at work, and drive a half ton pickup w/ 8’ bed. Located on Cape Cod. 

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so we have 20. the boxes of charcoal doesn't go bad so if John T goes for 10 boxes then we have 30. if you are like me who grills or smokes all year round at least 3 days a week, thats using 4-1/4 lbs a week x 52= 220lbs or 10 boxes. however to be on the conservative side you will have enough for 1.5 yrs and its a lot cheaper doing it by the skid vs 1 box with shipping is close to 50-60 bucks. just saying

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