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RASHMI METALTKS LIMITED
PURCHASE ORDER
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RML/KCP/IUEC-t8/N4./r3-14/0695/t07/l 2013

REGD. & CORPORATE OFFICE : PREMLATA BUlLOlt{G, 39, SHAKESPEARE SARANT 6TH FLOOR, KOLKATA - 700 017. TEL, : (033) 2289 4255 / 56 FAX : 033.2289-4254

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With reference to our above mentioned Offer and subsequent discussion we had with you in the matter, we are pleased to place our Purchase Order in your favour for supply of "Guide Box Reel" as per following:SL NO

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Rate/Unit Rs.

Value
Rs.

1

3/8" Copper grouty seals

NOS

8.00

200.00

2

1/2" Copper grouty seals

NOS

25

8.50

212.50

3

5/8" Copper grouty seals

NOS

25

10.20

255.00

4

695/10.07.'t3

3/4" Copper grouty seals

NOS

25

12.30

307.50

5

1" Copper grouty seals

NOS

25

14.20

355.00

6

1 1/4" Copper

grouty seals

NOS

25

23.80

595.00

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1 1i2" Copper grouty seals l NOS

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27.00

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