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After checking both factories, please find the updated cargoes status below for your arrangement Monday:-
1. GY456 – only 95% finished goods and around 20% packing not be ready
2. HY467 – 100% finished goods ready, but without packing
Can I add a little to what Malik has put in that I notice there is nothing in 1. about 20% packed (or unpacked it is not 100% clear in your text)
2. .... ready but not packed or say unpacked.
I may be wrong but it is unusual to use cargo in the plural, it is not incorrect the plural is cargoes, but I would have said.
I have checked the factories and the the updated cargo position, for Monday, is as follows.
The factories have provided the following updated cargo status for Monday:
1. GY456 – 95% finished, with around 80% of the packing ready.
2. HY467 – 100% finished, but without packing.
Because I added some short sentence before Manas's correction, so that he may not aware.
You are correct and better to use 'not packed' or 'unpacked'
Thank you very much for your kindness and correct my sentence again
Have a nice weekend.
Last edited by Zoe2008; 19-Jul-2008 at 17:45.