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    had or were ?

    500 pcs of CKD1612 had / were postponed to June

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    #2

    Re: had or were ?

    "[Last week] 500 pcs of [the] CKD1612 [order] were postponed to June"

    "500 pcs of CKD1612 have [now] been postponed to June"

    "500 pcs of CKD1612 had been postponed to June, but can now be supplied in May"

    All these work for me, depending on the intent - "had" doesn't.
    I might have also written "until" rather than "to"

    Hope this helps
    NT

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