is this sentence correct?
Your schedule for 14 April is too late which have been overdue / delay by two weeks. Please try to keep it by end of March by any means as the goods now is out of stock and customer requested them urgently.
Re: is this sentence correct?
You are behind your schedule by 14 days. Please endeavour to catch up by end of March as ...
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