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    Please correct my grammar, thanks

    we will charge the customer of the unit price USD10.10/pc if this is a FCL shipment. And there is a additional cost of USD0.5/pc need to add if this is a LCL shipment. But even this is FCL or LCL shipment, the unit price is same of USD9.50 for our pay to the factory. And all the shipping cost will be charge back to the factory based on the FOB term


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    Re: Please correct my grammar, thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by Zoe2008 View Post
    We will charge the customer of the unit price of USD10.10/pc if this is an FCL shipment. There is a additional cost of USD0.5/pc need to add [omit - not necessary] if this is an LCL shipment. But whether this is an FCL or LCL shipment, the unit price is same: USD9.50 which is what we pay to the factory. All the shipping cost will be charged back to the factory based on the FOB terms.
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    Re: Please correct my grammar, thanks

    AnglikaRe: Please correct my grammar, thanks
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    Originally Posted by Zoe2008
    We will charge the customer of the unit price of USD10.10/pc if this is an FCL shipment. There is a additional cost of USD0.5/pc need to add [omit - not necessary] if this is an LCL shipment. But whether this is an FCL or LCL shipment, the unit price is same: USD9.50 which is what we pay to the factory. All the shipping cost will be charged back to the factory based on the FOB terms.


    Why is "an FCL shipment and an LCL shipment", not " a FCL shipment and a LCL shipment? Please.


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    Re: Please correct my grammar, thanks

    The letter "F" and the letter "L" when said aloud are "eff" and "ell", so require "an".

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    Re: Please correct my grammar, thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by puzzle View Post
    AnglikaRe: Please correct my grammar, thanks
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Zoe2008
    We will charge the customer of the unit price of USD10.10/pc if this is an FCL shipment. There is an additional cost of USD0.5/pc need to add [omit - not necessary] if this is an LCL shipment. But whether this is an FCL or LCL shipment, the unit price is same: USD9.50 which is what we pay to the factory. All the shipping cost will be charged back to the factory based on the FOB terms.


    Why is "an FCL shipment and an LCL shipment", not " a FCL shipment and a LCL shipment? Please.
    My two cents.

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    Re: Please correct my grammar, thanks

    Thank you, Angel!

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