Business To Business Letter

By | June 11, 2009

A business to business letter may be issued so as to clarify or explain an issue that is business related. This could be from a supplier to a client or vice versa.  The letters carry both the sender’s business address and receiver’s, stating clearly and concisely what the message is about. Below is a sample;

Malagasy Martin,

Head of Purchasing and Supplies,

Malagasy Machines,

45th Summer Avenue

8753 Lourdes,


Dear Sir,


Please note that from the beginning f next month we will not be issuing or processing the following machine orders until further notice.


NA594EA#B13HP, dx7500 MT, Intel Dual Core E5200 (2.50-GHz, 2MB L2 cache, 800-MHz FSB), 1024MB PC2-6400 Memory, 160GB SATA HDD, DVDRW, NIC.

This is due to the ceasing of production from the manufacturers. Consequently we have in stock the following replacement;

FU193EA#B13HP dx7500 MT Intel Dual Core E5300 (2.60-GHz, 2MB L2 cache, 800-MHz FSB), 2048MB (2x1GB) PC2-6400 Memory, 250GB SATA HDD, DVDRW, Media Card reader, NIC, Windows Vista Business Downgrade to Windows XP Pro, Office Ready that comes with a three year return to base warranty. Any inconveniences are deeply regretted.

If you need any further clarification please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us and we will be glad to help.

Yours truly, 

Sue Bakes