Formal letter to Railway Company About Lost Parcel With Full Details

We generally send parcels from one place to another. Sometimes the sent parcels will not reach its destination due to some reason. At that time we need to write a letter to the railway company to tell them about the lost parcel.

Formal letter to Railway Company About Lost Parcel With Full Details

So learners here is a “Formal letter to Railway Company About Lost Parcel With Full Details” for you. It is a letter to a railway company about a parcel which has been lost and giving full details about the parcel. You can too write this same letter to the railway company if you also have faced the same problem. I hope this letter will be beneficial to you.

A formal letter to a railway company about a parcel which has been lost giving full details.

 

Nai Sarak,

Delhi.

 

10th October 2016

 

The Traffic Manager,

Northern Railway,

Delhi

 

Sir,

 

On 27th July we dispatched a parcel of books to M/s English Book Depot, Ambala Cantt., under Railway Receipt No. 15001 freight prepaid. Though more than ten days have since elapsed the parcel has not reached its destination. The books in question were securely packed in packing were the case and wrapped in a strong gunny bag with the name and address of the consignee clearly written on it also. Moreover, the net weight of the parcel was 60 kg.

The delay in delivery of the parcel leads me to apprehend that it must have been lost in transit. I would thank you to inquire into the matter and take effective steps to trace the missing parcel. However, if it can be traced out and delivered to the consignee, it would be all right.

In the alternative, however, I would expect to be indemnified for the loss.

 

Yours faithfully,

Amrik Singh,

Managing Partner,

M/S Ajit Book Depot.


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