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    Exclamation 34 Ton Side Tippers

    Dear Members,

    We are looking for 34 ton side tipper owners to fill our transport contracts for local long term coal transport work. All paperwork is in order. We have limited space available as we already have vehicles running on the contracts. This will be first come first served.

    Please do not contact us if you dont know the vehicles does in fact exist. There are so many people claiming to have the trucks available and then they dont even exist. In fact you are wasting your own time and money if you do this. We are not amateurs in the transport industry. Our contracts are NOT contracts for finance and is only available for existing side tipper trucks.

    We do transparent and open business and expect the same in return.

    Please contact us at - transport@bravium.net if you have a solution and we will provide relevant details.

    Thank you in advance

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    Does anyone have access to the above?

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    You had me doing a Google search - quite enlightening.

    Maybe you need to buy some to fulfil the contract.
    The trouble with opportunity is it normally comes dressed up as work.

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    What I find interesting is how does someone get a contract for this type of thing if you can't provide the client with details and specifics to indicate that you have the required vehicles / equipment at your disposal ( either physical or signed agreements with truck operators ) to deliver the goods ?
    Watching the ships passing by.

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    Daveob

    We do have vehicles running on the contracts. However, the mine needs to move more tonnage per month now and we need to allocate more vehicles, there is also a new route open which we need to fill to capacity.

    Dave A

    Sometimes it is easier to subcontract the work rather than to buy new vehicles. We have a timeframe in which we have to allocate the vehicles. If we dont get the required vehicles from sub contractors, we then buy and allocate accordingly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Transport Exchange View Post
    Sometimes it is easier to subcontract the work rather than to buy new vehicles.
    ...especially if the contract is ad hoc or doesn't really cover long enough to amortise the purchase. Makes sense.

    What struck me was how wide you've already spread the net. If there's been no response, I guess you pretty much have to bite the bullet. It's not exactly a run-of-the-mill item. Even serious plant hire type folks (Teichmann Plant Hire came to mind, but there are others) are more inclined towards earth moving equipment than side tippers.
    The trouble with opportunity is it normally comes dressed up as work.

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    10 34 tons side tippers available for long distance. Any contracted loads from Rustenburg to Richardsbay perhaps?
    call 082 4909 855

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    Good day All,

    Thank you for the messages, but this was available last year. Thus not available anymore.

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    Hi Lynette, please send me your email ad and i will forward you 2 LOI's for Coal and chrome, i need 70 trucks from Rustenburg to R/bay and 55 trucks from Dundee to R/bay.
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