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    Provide and supply of the imported and domestic feedstuffs

    Hello

    Would you please tell me if the following sentences make sense in English?

    The main tasks of the company are:

    1-provide feedftuffs required by the domestic animal and poultry industry.
    2-supply of the imported and domestic feedstuffs as well as animal products and storing them.

    Many thanks
    Last edited by majid72; 13-Oct-2016 at 08:27.

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    Re: Provide and supply of the imported and domestic feedstuffs

    Quote Originally Posted by majid72 View Post
    Hello

    Would you please tell me if the following sentences make sense in English?

    The main tasks roles of the company are:

    1-provide feedstuffs required by the domestic animal and poultry industry.
    2-supply of the imported and domestic feedstuffs as well as animal products(vague) and storing them(storage is incidental to the supply function).

    Many thanks
    You usually say that a trading company supplies (not provide) goods.
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: Provide and supply of the imported and domestic feedstuffs

    You provide services.

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