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Posted on Mon, 7 Nov 2005 at 13:05



With the oil industry picking our pockets at the pump, it now seems to be our suppliers turn to get his hand in. How much are you paying for 1,000 pcs (One Pallet) of 18x24 Coro. Other that the plastic bags, does anybody know of an alternative material to stand up in 90 to 120 days of bad weather.
Thanks for you help.
John

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Anonymous says: Probably the reason they are "picking your pocket is that coraplast, or polyethelene and polyprophalene are petroleum by products. When the boys are able to charge us whatever they want for a gallon of ...

Probably the reason they are "picking your pocket is that coraplast, or polyethelene and polyprophalene are petroleum by products. When the boys are able to charge us whatever they want for a gallon of gas they will squeeze the handle a little harder to get more out. There is less "waste" or by product to make these materials from, therefore less supply, and more demand. The American system at work, ain't it grand.

posted on: Mon, 11/07/2005 - 2:57pm

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