Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by specter208, Nov 3, 2019.
Leave it parked at Worldport for a week and theyll smash it for free.
Security will be interested in seeing this.
Then you buy some UPS uniforms on EBay. Now you’re ready to go around and do “pick ups” lol
“Hey boss UPS is here to pick up those ARs we are sending back to Ruger.” - okay cool. “Wait... we don’t have any return shipments today.” - he’s gone, with the rifles.
Really though, I can see why UPS doesn’t want brown package cars being sold to the public. Just like uniforms. I remember hearing about a fake UPS guy going into banks to grab Master bags, part of some identity theft ring.
It's all about liability lawsuits and fighting them.
It would make a perfect PVD!
Of course, paint it maybe Lime Green to avoid any confusion?
Witnessing and documenting dectruction is SOP . Somebody is going to get their ass handed to them in the end for this.
Yeah, the supervisor that signed off on witnessing the destruction of that one is donemif they see this. Clearly falsified the paperwork.
Looks like the number is 663768, also has the vin in the ad
Maybe my center can take up a collection and buy it! We need cars!!!
Yeah, i saw that. Should be easy enough to ID the guilty party without even going to Chicago.
My supervisor has been keen to get ADA cars disposed of without delay for fear of being forced to rehab them for peak.
Yeah, we recently had a VT powered 1200 go down for a motor, we got rid of that thing super fast. This time of year I have seen them fix stuff that never should have been fixed, then you end up buried in road calls and writeups from the rehabbed truck that should be soda cans by now.
How much do you think UPS gets in scrap $ for a truck like this. $500 ?
One of those PVD scabs should buy it.
Not sure, the sups handle all that stuff, they are also supposed to witness it get crushed and then sign off on it. Clearly that did not happen here.
Price of scrap is WAY down -- that includes aluminum.
#1 Bare Bright Wire
Used in all kinds of electrical. Stripped Bare Bright Copper, no paint/heavy corrosion.
VIEW METAL DETAILS $2.32/lb
#1 Copper Tubing / Flashing
Used in Plumbing for Commerical / Residential / Industrial. No paint / no solder / nothing inside.
VIEW METAL DETAILS $2.07/lb
#2 Copper Tubing / Bus Bar
Used pipe/wire from rip-outs of old work. Paint, Solder, Small Brass joints, stuff inside.
VIEW METAL DETAILS $1.87/lb
#3 Roofing Copper
For decorative purposes. Also used in Solar Panels.
VIEW METAL DETAILS $1.77/lb
Brass (Plumbing, Pipe)
Old Plumbing Fixtures/Handles/Nozzles. Water Spigets, Machine Shop Cut-Offs
VIEW METAL DETAILS $1.17/lb
Bronze is a clean alloy that has no attachments, steel, iron, or other materials on it.
VIEW METAL DETAILS $1.42/lb
Little plastic, dirt, or steel attached. No residue inside and without aluminum or steel shells mixed in. No live rounds accepted under any circumstances.
VIEW METAL DETAILS $1.25/lb
Brass Water Meter
Used by towns to know how much water is being used by each location.
VIEW METAL DETAILS $0.70-$1.25/lb
Clean Brass Radiators
Free of steel sides and no coolant inside.
VIEW METAL DETAILS $1.12/lb
Dirty Brass Faucets
There are many faucets that are used that are now being made of either die cast or of plastic.
VIEW METAL DETAILS $0.40/lb
Aluminum/Copper Coil (Clean)
This is the main component to what powers air conditioners
VIEW METAL DETAILS $0.88/lb
Aluminum/Copper Coil (Dirty)
Aluminum/copper coils with steel still attached.
VIEW METAL DETAILS $0.72/lb
From TV's and will usually have plastic and coated copper wire attached.
VIEW METAL DETAILS $0.35/lb
Has a steel core with copper windings surrounding it. Could have an outer case surrounding the copper as well.
VIEW METAL DETAILS $0.08-$0.25/lb
Small Electric Motors
Used to produce energy to anything from a washer or dryer to a cordless drill. Less than 30lbs in weight.
VIEW METAL DETAILS $0.11-$0.15/lb
From cars, trucks, vehicles with gas or diesel engines. Used to run the engine and are copper bearing.
VIEW METAL DETAILS $0.15/lb
Found in appliances like refrigerators, are usually very heavy with electric motor inside.
These prices are what the scrapers are paid. If you are taking something in to be scrapped expect at least half of thes quotes.
I watched a documentary recently talking about how the Chinese come here and buy up tons of our scrap metal.
They used to but not too long ago they announced that they no longer wanted our stuff and the market tanked. All over the US vs China tariff wars.
The Chinese stopped taking our plastic a few years back because it was too contaminated. Now almost all US plastic is landfilled.
The trade war with China is one of the main factors currently driving scrap metal prices down.
Hahaha. The Chinese are worried about contamination? That’s rich.
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