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Dispatch Service
Do you have questions about our Dispatch service? Read this section to get detailed information on our procedures.
What information do i need to provide when placing orders?
Can Pours before or after standard operating hours be arranged?
What about the "Will Call" Orders?
Do i get charged extra for excessive unloading time?
Are partial loads subject to any charges?
What other important considerations should i be aware of?
Standard Operating Hours
Dispatch Office/Order Taking:
Monday - Friday 6:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday 7:00 AM - 12:00 Noon
Monday - Friday 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday 7:00 AM - 12:00 Noon
Why Pump With National Concrete?
Quality Equipment:
We provide a full line of concrete delivery and placement equipment to meet your job's requirements.
Our Dispatch office will schedule your pump and concrete delivery.
Custom Mixes:
We can design and supply any mix that your job requires
Our team has over 30 years of experience in supplying concrete.
Quality Product:
We have a fully equipped laboratory combined with a sophisticated quality control programme.
Why Pump Concrete?
Greater Versatility
In difficult-to-reach areas, pumping is the most efficient way to get concrete where it's needed.
Lower Labour Cost:
The precise placement of pumped concrete increases productivity and can reduce the number of people required at the job site.
Increases speed:
At over 100 cubic yards per hour with a continuous discharge of concrete, nothing compares to a pump if the job can't be chuted.
Pumping offers a viable alternative when the ready-mix trucks can't get close to the pour because of soft ground or restricted access.
Smoother ICF Jobs:
The use of insulating Concrete Forms (ICF's) is a growing trend in residential construction. The steady flow of concrete from a pump is the surest way to guarantee a proper consolidation within the ICF forms.
What is the lead time for scheduling concrete Placing (Pumping) service?:
The scheduling of the concrete pumping equipment must be done with the Dispatch Office and should be made as far in advance as possible.