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Expressões utilizadas – área comercial-Expressions used in the commercial department

by Christa Maas
ENGLISH COACH: Here are some useful tips for those of you who work in the commercial department:


Agradecemos o envio da sua cotação, porém no momento não fabricamos o produto solicitado.

We thank you for sending us your quotation. However, at the moment we do not manufacture the requested product.

Indicamos consultar as revendas/distribuidores de nossos produtos.

We suggest that your contact our sales representatives/distributors to obtain details about our products.

Ofertamos em alternativa os cabos......, diâmetro.....

As alternatives we are able to offer the following cable: (name) with a diameter of (…)

As informações/dados enviadas são insuficientes para elaboração da proposta. Favor informar:
-Tipo de blindagem de cabo
- Diâmetro do cabo
- Especificações técnicas
- Numero de Norma

We are unable to make a proposal because of insufficient information/data. Please supply the following:

- Type of cable armour/shielding
- Cable diameter
- Technical specifications ( data sheet)

- Industry standard number

Segue anexa nossa proposta, considerando as quantidades mínimas de fornecimento/fabricação.

Please find attached our proposal according to minimum quantities supplied and manufactured.

Indicamos consultar nossa homepage para acessar o catálogo de nossos produtos.

We suggest you consult our homepage to access our product catalog.

Estamos direcionando sua cotação à filial de venda /ou vendedor responsável pelo atendimento desta região/produto.

We are forwarding your quotation to the sales subsidiary/or sales person in charge of this region/product.


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