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    Grammar help

    We would like to explain you more details for the sequence serial number. The original number for High Tech is 12345HT, 5 digitals number plus 2 letter head from the factory name. (But) We had forwarded them to Wind Blow for reworking now as High Tech had closed (since March). Therefore, you would keep the old numbers unchanged, only change for the factory name or you will create a new number to us? Please give us your instruction urgent.
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    Re: Grammar help

    We would like to explain in more detail the sequence serial number. The original number for High Tech is 12345HT, 5 numbers plus the letters HT for the factory's initials. We have forwarded this to Wind Blow for reworking as High Tech has since closed (in March). Therefore, please keep the old numbers as is, and either change the factory name letters or create a new serial number for us. Please let us know a soon as possible.

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    Exclamation Re: Grammar help

    Quote Originally Posted by Zoe2008 View Post
    We would like to explain you in more detail the sequence of serial number. The original number for High Tech is 12345HT, 5 digit numbers plus 2 letters in capital signifying the factory name. (But) We had forwarded them to Wind Blow for reworking now as High Tech has been closed (since March). Therefore, you can change the two letters keeping the numbers unchanged or if you like, create a new number for us? Please give us your instruction urgently.
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