A revised proposal letter is a document which highlights the changes wrought, or revisions made, from an earlier agreement effected between two companies or individuals or business establishments. It must be business-like in tone and import and must be written by professionals well versed in the rhetoric of letter writing. A revised proposal letter must be to the point and lucidly introduce the changes that are in the offing. The proposal letter must subscribe to the proper format and it must be absolutely free of errors. It should be written maintaining certain decorum, and it must adhere to a certain standard.

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To,

Jennifer Connelly,

General Manager,

The Printing Press Inc.

New York

Subject: Revision of Rates

Respected Madam,

This is to inform you that we have incorporated a change in our project details regarding your project. Instead of the two shipments of paper being dispatched to you, which was supposed to reach you on the 6th of June 2011, we could only dispatch one shipment.  This unfortunate change was due to the fire at our storage facility on the 1st of June 2011, which was widely covered by the media of the country and hence you will be acquainted with the details of the ghastly incident.

We are keen on honoring our promises and hence, we have promptly dispatched one shipment of paper as per your requirement. The second shipment will be dispatched soon once we get our house in order. You are requested to kindly bear with us in this hour of need, and we are extremely sorry for the inconvenience caused to you. We hope you will understand our challenges.

Thanking you,

John Roberts

General Manager

Paper Makers

Washington DC

 

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