DSI Bulk or Wayne W Sell

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  1. rhmc

    rhmc Light Load Member

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    Any information on hauling sand for either of these two companies in Pennsylvania, ohio, West virginia. What's the pay like
     
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  3. plater1

    plater1 Medium Load Member

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    That's a lot of popcorn Porkchop! :D I see a lot of those DSI sand cans sitting at that Dunkin Donuts in Wyalusing PA. If you are in the area just stop by and talk to the drivers. I bet if you buy them coffee and a donut they will tell you everything you need to know about their company.
     
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    rabbiporkchop Road Train Member

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    I've spoken to a bunch and from what I hear the rates don't seem to justify sleeping in a truck with no access to regular showers.
     
  5. rhmc

    rhmc Light Load Member

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    Wyalusing pa is about 4 hours from me. Just have to find a job asap and i won't do anything but bulk. It's between these two companies as a company driver or put my 85 back on the road and go to page or bones hauling end dumps
     
  6. rhmc

    rhmc Light Load Member

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    Got a week to make a decision
     
  7. Pintlehook

    Pintlehook Road Train Member

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    Strictly my opinion as I'm not familiar with either company specifically. But, Wayne Sell has been a constant fixture in Western PA since I started driving in the early nineties. DSI has seemingly moved in to the area with the oil/gas boom, I'd tend to favor the local company that's been here a while. Maybe I'm wrong about DSI, but I recall the "prancing horse" and "Armstrong Cement" of WW Sell since 1990 or so. Not sure exactly where you live, but there are other driving options on the "28 corridor" - Ward in Harmarville for LTL, Cory Fox has nice equipment, and Hess up towards Kittanning seems to be a decent company.
     
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  8. rhmc

    rhmc Light Load Member

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    Live about 45 min north of youngstown ohio on the ohio side of the ohio pa line
     
  9. plater1

    plater1 Medium Load Member

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    There are a few sand haulers in NW Ohio and a couple in Erie, PA that are a little closer to you.
     
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    plater1 Medium Load Member

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    I ran sand in that area several years ago and i would drive up to the J in Gibson for fuel and a shower every few days. Good thing i had big fuel tanks to go several days without refueling. I drove for a little outfit leased onto High Country, the rates weren't very good back then, i'm sure they aren't any better now.
     
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