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There was some good news as well. Ci sono state anche notizie positive.
We went to visit a potential supplier. Siamo andati a trovare un potenziale fornitore.
They seemed much more professional than the other company. Sono sembrati molto più professionali dell'altra azienda.
We discussed prices and quality with the company and got a few samples. Abbiamo discusso i prezzi e la qualità con l'azienda e abbiamo ricevuto alcuni campioni.
We're thinking of placing a small trial order with them. Stiamo pensando di dare loro un piccolo ordine di prova.
Where are they based? Dove hanno sede?
They're based on the outskirts of Bombay. La loro sede è nella periferia di Bombay.
It looks promising. Sembra promettente.
We went there just to have a look around the production sites. Siamo andati là solo per dare un'occhiata ai siti di produzione.
They showed us new products and materials. Ci hanno mostrato nuovi prodotti e materiali.
They looked after us very well and were very hospitable. Si sono presi cura di noi e sono stati molto ospitali.
The good news is that we signed the contract for that big order. La buona notizia è che abbiamo firmato il contratto per quel grosso ordine.
We finalized all the details and they should go into production next month. Abbiamo definito tutti i dettagli e dovrebbero andare in produzione il prossimo mese.
Well done! Ben fatto!
That's excellent news! Che bella notizia!

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