End Dump Rates

Discussion in 'Tanker, Bulk and Dump Trucking Forum' started by Mr&MrsPete, Nov 1, 2013.

  1. Mr&MrsPete

    Mr&MrsPete Medium Load Member

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    Anyone know the local hourly end dump rate in CA?
     
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  3. Eaton18

    Eaton18 Road Train Member

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    I don't know about others, but if it was discovered by the company I drive for, that I publicy disclosed rates, I'd be added to the list of millions of unemployed..:yes2557:
     
  4. Mr&MrsPete

    Mr&MrsPete Medium Load Member

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    Here in CA its always been kind of a publicy known thing
     
  5. snowwy

    snowwy Road Train Member

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    in utah. it used to be 70. it dropped to 50 when the economy tanked. don't know what it is these days.

    in north dakota last month. a guy was passing out flyers looking for o/o's in texarkana. the company was offering 750 flat rate. some type of dirt work.

    and end dump i talked to in albuquerque was making 500 a day. hauling scrap. consctruction dried up with the economy.

    it's not CA. but it's an idea of what's being offered.
     
  6. gravelhauler

    gravelhauler Medium Load Member

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    Here in South Louisiana we're getting 80 to 85 an hour.
     
  7. Cat sdp

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    Almost everything around here pays by the ton....... Hourly rate most talk about is $90 . (6 axle permitted @ 107,000)
     
  8. Mr&MrsPete

    Mr&MrsPete Medium Load Member

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    Just found out its anywhere from $80-$90 hr here in CA
     
  9. Flying Dutchman

    Flying Dutchman Road Train Member

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    Mid to high $80s last I heard around the central valley/bay area
     
  10. Mr&MrsPete

    Mr&MrsPete Medium Load Member

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    problem is that it should be over $100
     
  11. snowwy

    snowwy Road Train Member

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    YEP, i remember my o/o buddies talkn how good 90 was. in the middle of the construction boom.

    they were pulling 5 axle truck and pups.
     
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