Hello, I'm doing a market test as part of a joint venture operation to produce liquid fertilizer. We've run up a bit of a stock pile and are bursting at the seams with a shortage of additional storage space. If you'd like to purchase some liquid fertilizer I can supply up to 96k liters. We have two options for getting this to you.
- I have a tanker trailer and will drop onsite to your storage location (assuming in the continental US) - $0.67 / liter
- If you are outside the continental US I will package into 2000L totes and ship the totes to you. - $1500 / tote
Respond here and I will process the orders as quick as we can. If this turns out to be useful we may offer more to the public.
Post by PrincessJessi on Dec 11, 2019 6:10:09 GMT -6
for those who like to buy in bulk, its $64,320 inside the US for the bulk and for $72,000 for 48 ICB tanks outside the US. List cost of this much fertilizer is $153,600 so its a really good buy. If I hadnt switched over to organic products, I would buy a few of those ICB tanks for my farm in Greenwich.
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PrincessJessi Have you got that container business up and running? And if so, got one for liquid chemicals? If that, I'd love to order 11.000 liters in a tank, to be delivered to me over @he.... (why does it have to be such a difficult name on that place), in central EU. I just got a storage tank certified for chemicals, so I can get that filled up
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