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  1. Hi everyone

    The name's Dennis, though most people call me 'Freaky'. :P I'm in my "teens" and kinda lost in the world at the moment...however, I've found the hippie "culture" and discovered that it fits me very well...I'm not trying to fit into it, it just kind of fitted onto me.
    I have lots of questions, which hopefully some of the older and wiser people on this board will be able to help answer.
    Here's to hoping this board will be able to help me discover more of myself and fuel my beliefs.

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  2. Всем привет!

    Недавно перед мной встала задача, куда деть накопишиеся [b]европоддоны[/b], или еще их называют [b]Паллеты[/b],
    [b]Поддоны[/b], [b]Европаллет[/b]ы Размеры 800*1200, 1000*1200- Это [u]Тара Пром назначения[/u].
    Немного предистории.
    Сам я тружусь кладовщиком на складе. Нам приходит много продукции на [b]Европоддонах[/b],
    товар продаем а поддоны остаются, у нас возник вопрос куда их девать.
    Раньше мы их выкидывали.
    Потом я узнал, что за поддоны можно получить деньги.
    Начал обзванивать фирмы везде были цены низкие,
    потом приятели мне подсказали, что в Челябинске есть такая Фирма "[b]Уралсклад[/b]",
    около 10 лет на Рынке Промышленной Тары с хорошей репутацией.
    Я нашел их сайт в интернет - [url=http://www.uralsklad.ru]www.uralsklad.ru[/url] и позвонил по тел. +7(351) 233-07-14.
    Буквально через час подъехал их представитель, Авто с Логотипом "[url=http://www.uralsklad.ru]Поддоны Челябинск[/url]".
    Цены закупочные оказались самые высокие в г. Челябинске.
    Все цивилизовано грузчики загрузили [b]Паллеты[/b] ешё и лом поддонов купили, расчитались на месте наличными.
    Про другие фирмы я узнавал либо Цены низкие, либо Бракуют много, да и денег от них не дождешься.

    Так что если у вас завалялись [b]европоддоны[/b], не торопитесь их выбрасывать, лучше обменяйте их на деньги.

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