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Golden Gate Engineering
Prince Square, Prince Street, Kowloon
ProSkills Training Centre
Dear Sir or Madam,
Enquiry about Quality Control Course
I am writing to enquire whether your company could offer a course
on Quality Control for our managers.
I saw your advert in the HK Daily on
Quality Control Training Course (Ref.:
QC 101 ) mentioned in the advert might be suitable for us. I would like to know if it is possible for you
to offer a 3-month training course starting before or, at the latest, on
for a group of 20. Could you send us some information about the
teaching staff and the possible schedule for this course?
I am looking forward to receiving your reply.
Rich Lucky Trading Company
345, Nathan Rd, Kowloon, H.K.
Hi-fashion Garment Ltd
Shek Kip Mei Industrial Estate
Dear Sir or Madam
Request for Catalogue
Please send me your current
Your company was recommended to me by Ms. Elsie Wong of Far
Eastern Logistics. Our African customer is interested in importing a range
of printed 100% cotton cloth.