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Large numbers of industral projects and large-scale energy projects will be launched in the zone. The transportation for industrial products and a mass of raw materials has now not met the demand.

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Jobb,
Large numbers of industral projects and large-scale energy projects will be launched in the zone. The transportation for industrial products and a mass of raw materials has now not met the demand.


The second sentence seems foggy to me. But perhaps with more context it would be clear.

I am not sure if those two sentences are part of the same paragraph? If so, they seem a bit disjointed. In my simple thinking, you have raw materials that go into finished products, and those finished products are then transported. So if I were writing this paragraph, I would try to have some logical sequence of events that the reader can easily follow. But as mentioned, perhaps with more context, these two sentences make perfect sense?

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I got a bit confused by you -- " you have raw materials that go into finished products, and those finished products are then transported".

What I wanted to express is:

For manufacturing some products, you demand a transportation company transports some raw materials into your depot, and then you begin to manufacture the products, and finally you demand the company transports the products to your vendees.

I don't know whether you meant that I have to to change the sequence that I should write:

The transportation for a mass of industrial raw materials and products has now not met the demand.
Is this close to what you intend, Jobb?--

"A large number of industrial projects and large-scale energy projects will be launched in the zone, but the transportation requirements for the industrial products and the large quantities of raw materials which will be needed for these projects have not yet been met."
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Yes, that is what I wanted to express.