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The document titled 'Product / Goods Information Request / Enquiry' is a letter written by the sender to the recipient. The letter serves the purpose of expressing gratitude for the samples of a product that the recipient had sent to the sender. The sender acknowledges the good quality of the products but expresses concern about the high prices quoted by the recipient. The sender highlights that accepting the prices would result in a small profit margin for the sender as the demand in the market is for products in the medium price range.
The letter is addressed to the recipient, with their name and address mentioned at the beginning. The sender then proceeds to thank the recipient for their letter and the samples of the product. The sender appreciates the quality of the goods and expresses an interest in doing business with the recipient. However, the sender suggests that the recipient consider making some allowance on their quoted prices to introduce the goods to the sender's customers. The sender mentions that if the recipient cannot provide a more favorable price, they will have to decline the offer as it stands.
The letter concludes with the sender expressing the hope of hearing from the recipient soon and ends with a polite closing and the sender's name, job title, and company name.
1. Begin the letter by addressing the recipient with their name and address.
2. Express gratitude for the samples of the product that the recipient had sent.
3. Acknowledge the good quality of the products.
4. Express concern about the high prices quoted by the recipient.
5. Highlight the demand in the market for products in the medium price range.
6. Express interest in doing business with the recipient.
7. Suggest that the recipient consider making some allowance on their quoted prices.
8. Emphasize the importance of introducing the goods to the sender's customers.
9. Mention the possibility of declining the offer if a more favorable price cannot be provided.
10. Conclude the letter by expressing the hope of hearing from the recipient soon.
11. End with a polite closing and include the sender's name, job title, and company name.