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Synonyms for inventory

Synonyms for inventory

Synonyms for inventory

a detailed list of all the items in stock

the merchandise that a shop has on hand

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(accounting) the value of a firm's current assets including raw materials and work in progress and finished goods

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a collection of resources

making an itemized list of merchandise or supplies on hand

make or include in an itemized record or report

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This is the lowest rice inventory held by the country since September 2017 when total stockpile was at 1.422 MMT.
Understanding the importance to pursue continuing education, Cossett chose to add this second industry educational achievement to her previously-earned Certified Inventory Specialist (CIS) designation through the National Inventory Certification Association (NICA).
Typically, retailers don't expose the last item of a SKU to online purchasing because they don't have enough confidence in their inventory accuracy or ability to find the item to make every unit available for customer orders.
The Air Force alone "identified about S2.6 billion in inventory that was retained without proper economic justification and plans to continue to retain it until late 2016." The Defense Department is trying to reduce already-purchased inventory that may now be unnecessary to 6 percent of total inventory value.
One common reason behind inventory shortages is miscalculating the amount of inventory used.
This discussion examines several related court decisions involving the transfer of "excess" inventory by Volvo Cars of North America (formerly known as Volvo North America Corporation).
This argument suggests that disparities in inventory levels across the states in the United States may be at least partially a result of disparities in fuel prices in the country.
This article articulates how to move inventory optimization beyond a fad to an integral facet of supply chain planning.
CoreLogic estimates the current stock of homes in the shadow inventory by calculating the number of distressed properties not currently listed for sale that are seriously delinquent, in foreclosure or in lenders' inventories of real estate--owned (REO) properties.
1.471-8 allow retailers to approximate (1) cost (retail-cost method) or (2) cost or market, whichever is lower (retail-LCM method), by multiplying the retail selling price of ending inventory by the cost-to-retail ratio.
Inventory is one of the key determinants of the productivity of cement industry.
When things get tight, however, inventory management becomes crucial as companies can't afford to tie up precious dollars in stagnant stock.
Inventories may be performed using either the End-Use Monitoring (EUM) Inventory Reports page or the EUM Inputs page in SCIP.
Of the top five department stores surveyed by HFN, only one--Macy's--had a leaner inventory over the same period last year with an inventory-to-sales ratio of 1.48 versus 1.55 for the year-ago period.