We are pleased to place with you an order for 2,000 washing machines to be supply from current stock.
We don’t accept payment in US dollars. Please conclude the business in terms of Swiss francs.
Payment of the purchase is to be effected by an irrevocable letter of credit in our favour, payable by draft at sight in pounds sterling in London.
According to the contract, after receipt of the preliminary shipping advice, you are kindly requested to open with the Bank of China the relative L/C in our favour within ten days.
The terms of payment we wish to adopt are confirmed and irrevocable letter of credit.
Our usual terms of payment are by confirmed , irrevocable letter of credit in our favour, reaching us one month ahead of shipment.
We are too heavily committed to be able to entertain fresh orders.
We regret that we are unable to meet your requirement for the time being as orders have been fully booked.
We feel great regret that we can no longer supply the goods you order as the production has been discontinued since last August.
We have now decided to supply you with all the parts as itemized in your order and going to apply to the government agencies concern for export licenses.