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Has ASSERO Plateaued? or Worse?

It "seems" that ASSERO has run dry on initial work orders in New Jersey. I called them a few times and spoke with several different people. They say since the new year work has slowed to a crawl. Interesting thing is my other national is overflowing with work....go figure. Any ideas or theories?
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It "seems" that ASSERO has run dry on initial work orders in New Jersey. I called them a few times and spoke with several different people. They say since the new year work has slowed to a crawl. Interesting thing is my other national is overflowing with work....go figure. Any ideas or theories?
They do tend to slow down this time of year, at least that has been my experience in the four years I worked that contract for AMS.
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They lost HUD
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They lost HUD
They never had it. BLM actually won the contract a year ago, but some company has been protesting the win, I guess they thought they should have won it. Assero was doing these through Sentinel. Now BLM has the deal and has given Assero the clean and landscape, PKMG has the HPIR & Wint and will have routines next month.....


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A Real Company? Or sub to sub, you get the idea

Does anyone work(ed) for BLM? I'm thinking about giving them a try. So any comments, advice or concerns who be greatly appreciated.
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Have you seen their price list?

If I were you I would reconsider. I shouldn't post it again, but I guess it doesn't hurt anyone. There is not a single profitable item on it.
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