Letter of Acknowledgement Receiving Material to Supplier

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Material Receiving Letter Sample

Company Name,
Address, City

Subject: Material Receiving Acknowledgment

Dear Sir/Madam,

I want to acknowledge that the “Material Name” has been received by “person name” at “site/unit name” on (day and date). Following are the receiving details:

Material 1 Name: …………… Quantity: ………………..
Material 2 Name: …………… Quantity: ………………..
Material 3 Name: …………… Quantity: ………………..
Purpose of Material:……………….
Type of Material:…………………
Anything Missing: …………

I am thankful for timely delivery and cooperation.

Sincerely Yours,

Your Name

Letter to Acknowledge About the Products Received to Manager

Company Name,
Address, City

Subject: Acknowledgment for Received Material

Dear Sir/Madam,

I want to inform you about the Material received today. “Material Name” has been received by “person name” at “site/unit name” on (day and date). Following are the more details:

  • Material 1 Name: …………… Quantity: ………………..
  • Material 2 Name: …………… Quantity: ………………..
  • Material 3 Name: …………… Quantity: ………………..
  • Purpose of Material:……………….
  • Type of Material:…………………
  • Anything Missing: …………

I am thankful for timely delivery and cooperation.

Sincerely Yours,

Your Name

Letter of Acknowledgement Receiving Material to Supplier
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