Frequently Asked Questions
|No. PRCC does not have plastic on-site; we are brokers representing PET certified
processors in California. The PET we sell is not chipped; it is whole PET bottles and
|First-time buyers are required to pre-pay 100% prior to shipping, and are responsible for any wire transfer fees incurred.|
PRCC allocates approximately 16 million pounds per month for sale to buyers. This material is not sold to one buyer; it is allocated to several buyers.
A. For domestic loads, PRCC will notify buyer with list of processor’s locations where material is to be picked up. Dates and times of pick-ups may be coordinated between processor and truck line. PRCC must be notified of this schedule in order to prepare the necessary release. Without this release, the processor will not load.
B. For export loads, when purchased material is ready to be shipped, PRCC will notify the buyer to arrange a booking with a cut-off date of approximately 10 days later. PRCC will deliver material Freight Aside Ship (FAS) to the port specified by the buyer usually Long Beach/San Pedro, Los Angeles, Oakland, or San Francisco. PRCC is not a freight forwarder. The processors will make their own shipping arrangements upon receipt of the booking information.
|A. For domestic shipments a 48′ x 102′ (minimum) van is required. If a 53′ x 102′ van is provided, a triple rear axle is required for the additional length/weight.
B. For export shipments, PRCC prefers shipping PET in 45 foot high cube containers (40-foot high cubes can be used occasionally, on a case by case basis). PRCC processors deliver containers, which weigh an average of 40,000 lbs.