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      • Native Language:
      • Vietnamese
      • Home Country:
      • Vietnam
      • Current Location:
      • Vietnam

    • Join Date: Jul 2014
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    My fisrt email to customer

    I am in charge of new project. And, I am going to send my customer a quality surveilance report. This is the first time I contact with him. So in this email I want to announce him that I'm a engineer who is responsible for his project,I hope to receive his help in this project and from now if he has any inquiries/problems about the project, I want him contact to me.
    Could anyone correct my below mail more polite and grammatically correct.Thank you very much!
    "Dear Sir,
    I'm Tran Van Quang, the QC-Water engineer who is charge of X project.
    I would like to send you my quality surveilance report,
    It is the first time I contact to you, and I would be very grateful for your help in this project.
    From now, shoud you have any inquiry or problem about project, please contact to me.
    Thank you very much"
    Last edited by vanquanagtk; 17-Jul-2014 at 15:49. Reason: Grammar

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