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    Please help

    It is required both our company and customer inspection with 100% packed one-off inspection as normal practice. But due to the tight schedule, we abandoned our company pre-inspection in last shipment.
    Last edited by Zoe2008; 02-Jul-2010 at 03:20. Reason: Is this sentence correct?

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    Re: Please help

    As a normal practice, it is required, by both our company and customer inspection, to have a 100% packing one-off inspection all the time. However, due to the tight schedule, we procrastinated our company's pre-inspection during last shipment.

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    Re: Please help

    Quote Originally Posted by placidran View Post
    As a normal practice, it is required, by both our company and customer inspection, to have a 100% packing one-off inspection all the time. However, due to the tight schedule, we procrastinated our company's pre-inspection during last shipment.
    I still find the sentences hard to understand especially these terms

    company and customer inspection
    100% packing one-off inspection

    Procrastinate is used in a negative sense. Defer/postpone might be a better word.

    pre-inspection for the shipment or during the shipment (inspection at the port or while it is being shipped?)


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