Category: Quotations letter writing

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request for quotation example

No matter how large or small your meeting is, before you contact a property, it is essential that you develop clear meeting specifications.  It is in your best interest, and may be required depending on the amount, to prepare a written invitation to bid, request for quotation example, rather than contacting hotels by telephone to get a quote. request for quotation example should be clear and concise and serves an important tool, saves the planner time, which translates into a cost savings for the agency, provides purchasing documentation and justification for site selection and keeps the planner organized.  It also...

Inquiry for f.o.b. quotation 0

Inquiry for f.o.b. quotation

Inquiry for f.o.b. quotation (a) Importer’s inquiry 10th May 2010 Dear Sirs We have received an order for the supply of 10,000 meters of curtain material in grey, blue and green, and enclose a sample showing approximate weight and quality required. Please send us patterns of materials you can supply and quote your lowest price for delivery f.o.b. Manchester during early July. Provided patterns are suitable and prices satisfactory an order will be placed at once and would probably be fol’ lowed by others. We shall therefore be grateful if you will give the matter your immediate and careful attention....

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Rejection Quotations Letter

Rejection quotations letter When a buyer rejects a quotation or other offer, he should write and thank the seller for his trouble and explain the reason for rejection. Not to do so would show a lack of courtesy. The letter of rejection should cover the following points. It should: (i) thank the seller for his offer, (ii) express regret at inability to accept, (iii) state reasons for non-acceptance, (iv) make a counter-offer’9 if, in the circumstances, it is appropriate (v) suggest that there may be other opportunities to do business together. The following are example of suitable rejection letters. a)....

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General Tenders

Tenders A tender is an offer, usually in response to a published advertisement, for the supply of specified goods or the performance of specified work at prices and under conditions set out in the tender. Unlike other types of quotation, a tender may be an offer in the legal sense and therefore capable of acceptance by the person inviting it (as where it is made in response to an invitation to supply goods stated to be definitely required, but not otherwise); but it becomes a legally binding agreement only when it is accepted and up to that time the tender...

Estimates and Specifications Letter 0

Estimates and Specifications Letter

Estimates and Specifications letter   Whereas a quotation is an offer to sell goods at a price and under conditions that are stated, an estimate is an offer to do certain work for a stated price, usually on the basis of a specific action. Like a quotation, an estimate is not a legally binding offer so that the person making it is not bound to accept any order that may be placed against it.

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Offer of toys by British exporter

Offer letter by exporter 2nd June 2010 Dear Sirs We learn from your high commissioner in London that you are looking for new ideas in toys and we feel we may be able to help you. We have recently bought on very favourable terms the entire bankrupt stock of plastic toys of the company whose cata logue is enclosed, and are therefore able to offer a wide range of this company’s toys at very low prices. Most of the items listed are in stock and we are prepared to offer them to you at the special discount rate of 60%...

Quotation letter for curtain material 0

Quotation letter for curtain material

Quotation letter for curtain material   12th December 2010 Dear Sirs We thank you for your enquiry of 30th November and enclose our quotation for plastic curtain material. We have made a good selection of patterns and sent them to you today by parcel post. Their fine quality, attractive designs and the reasonable prices at which we offer them will, we hope, convince you that these materials are really good value. There is a heavy demand for them from house furnishesin other parts of the country, which we are finding it difficult to meet, but provided we receive your order...

A firm offer letter 0

A firm offer letter

firm offer letter is made when a seller promises to sell goods at a stated price, usually within a stated period of time. The promise may be express (i.e. clearly stated in words), as when it takes the form of a letter; or it may be implied (i.e. understood), as when it takes the form of a quotation that contains the words “For acceptance within seven days”, or similar qualifying words. Like a quotation without qualifying words, a firm offer is not legally binding, even when made expressly, but unlike such a quotation a firm offer is capable of acceptance...

Letter enclosing quotation 0

Letter enclosing quotation

Letter enclosing quotation 20th August 2010 Messrs Sarnih Ghadban & Co 15 Horns Avenue TRIPOLI Lebanon Dear Sirs We thank you for your enquiry of 15th August and are pleased to send you our quotation for leather shoes and handbags. We have indicated those items which we can deliver from stock immediately. For all remaining items the stated dates of delivery are approximate, but in no case would these dates be exceeded by more than ten days. All items for which we have quoted are made from very best quality leather and can be supplied in a range of designs...

Quotations Subject to Conditions of Acceptance 0

Quotations Subject to Conditions of Acceptance

Quotations to Conditions of Acceptance – Sometimes a quotation is made subject to certain conditions of acceptance. These conditions vary with the circumstances and the type of business. They may relate to a stated time within which the quotation must be accepted, or to goods of which supplies are limited and cannot be repeated.