Product / Goods Follow Up

Late / Missing Delivery

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This is a draft letter to follow-up on a missing delivery of products / goods.

Time is of the essence for many businesses. A business could incur losses due to minor delays. Hence, if there are signs that a scheduled delivery may not go as planned, it might then be a good idea to write to the supplier in regards to this matter.

How to use this Document?

This letter should be a customer who has ordered for delivery.

Before using this letter, a customer should make sure they have checked the terms and conditions under their purchase agreement with the supplier. Usually, the agreement provides for policies in connection to late deliveries and compensation schemes that deal with these situations.

How to Tailor the Document for Your Need?

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4. Please review the document carefully and make any final modifications to ensure that the details are correct before sending to the addressee. 

Document Type:

Letter / e-mail / note / correspondence


Business > Goods and Services > Shipment, Delivery and Damages






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