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PostPosted: Thu Oct 26, 2017 7:08 am 
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Have you tried seconds and co


No I haven't, I will now though, thanks for that :thumbleft:

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wine~o wrote:

My mrs. works in shipping... 4 weeks at sea from China. plus getting the insulation to the port in China, another couple of days for clearance at the port in the UK then onward delivery to the site in the UK sooo about 6 weeks just from the shipping point of view.


Quoting myself... those timings are for a full container load, any less than a full load could add a lot of time to the equation as the shipper would need to find a suitable order to fill the void ...

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I literally ordered 42 sheets from Secondds&co yesterday afternoon.
About the only place that had what I want in stock. Virtually the same price as what I was quoted for new boards, but it was in stock.

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Hitch wrote:
I literally ordered 42 sheets from Secondds&co yesterday afternoon.
About the only place that had what I want in stock. Virtually the same price as what I was quoted for new boards, but it was in stock.


Sounds like they have put their prices up since we last used them.
Was nearer half price, free delivery and only pay if you were happy with them.


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Hitch wrote:
I literally ordered 42 sheets from Secondds&co yesterday afternoon.
About the only place that had what I want in stock. Virtually the same price as what I was quoted for new boards, but it was in stock.


Sounds like they have put their prices up since we last used them.
Was nearer half price, free delivery and only pay if you were happy with them.



Charge what they like when theres a shortage-
if supplies quote 4 weeks, good chance it may end up being longer... could put a whole job on hold.

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The guy we subby to just bought 40 sheets of 90mm seconds for 200 quid yesterday!


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The guy we subby to just bought 40 sheets of 90mm seconds for 200 quid yesterday!


From where Steve?

I've got 2 sheets of 90 left over from yesterday, will take any offers over £100 for the pair!

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steviejoiner74 wrote:
The guy we subby to just bought 40 sheets of 90mm seconds for 200 quid yesterday!


From where Steve?

I've got 2 sheets of 90 left over from yesterday, will take any offers over £100 for the pair!

A site that’s finishing up where the developer wanted shot of all the spare stuff. Checked in merchants today and they are in abundance where I live.(70mm and 90mm sheets)


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