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EPC: Duax requested quote for 15,000 Xtal Nexus CDs

  • To: Multiple recipients of list <epc-l@iucr.org>
  • Subject: EPC: Duax requested quote for 15,000 Xtal Nexus CDs
  • From: "L. Cranswick" <lzc@dl.ac.uk>
  • Date: Sun, 7 Sep 2003 19:56:07 +0100 (BST)

So as to keep everyone informed.
Following is a copy of an Email sent to Bill Duax who was
curious about the feasibility of occassional distribution 
of the Xtal Nexus CD-ROM with the IUCr Newsletter.



Dear Bill,

As you requested in Durban, following is the quote for producing 15,000
CDs (in Canadian dollars - 1 Canadian Dollar = 0.73046 US dollars).
Perhaps it might be cheaper overall if only CDs were produced for
developing world people receiving the Newsletter(?). 

>From company in Ottawa:
>Hi Lachlan, for a repeat order in the quantity of 15,000 your cost per
>unit will be $0.87 per [US$0.64]. This price includes CD with the full
>color screen packaged in a vinyl pouch. Production time is approximately
>8 to 10 business days and shipping to Chalk River approximately $250.00.
>If you have any questions or further requests please feel free to
>contact me at any time.



Lachlan M. D. Cranswick
Neutron Program for Materials Research (NPMR),
National Research Council (NRC),
  Postal Address:
    NPMR, NRC,
    Building 459, Station 18,
    Chalk River Laboratories,
    Chalk River, Ontario,
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