Meaning of INVENTORY in English

INVENTORY

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

average

Its cost price per widget is $ 2, and inventory carrying costs are 20 percent of average inventory level.

If a firm carries high levels of average inventory , the cost of carrying this inventory is high.

In contrast to carrying costs, ordering costs decrease with increases in average inventory level.

This minimum point determines the optimal average inventory .

complete

The computer methodology for probate inventories has been further developed so that it can now handle large numbers of complete inventories.

Firstly, and most importantly, it will eventually form a complete inventory of the collections.

excess

Dumping of excess inventory by some manufacturers has exacerbated the problem.

Chrysler cited excess inventories , which reflect sluggish sales.

The charge will cover various costs from the merger, including excess inventory and severance costs.

large

That means you can sift large inventories in seconds.

■ NOUN

control

Look carefully at the inventory control system.

Advantages of computerization to the supermarket operator include reduced labor costs, fewer pricing errors, and better inventory control .

Models were rationalized, a kanban system of inventory control was introduced and within five years a leaner and fitter Mazda emerged.

The two basic questions of inventory control are: a. How much to order to replenish stocks? b. When to order?

That same database system can be used for other things, such as contact managers or inventory control .

level

The best performance might relate to daily production goals, sales targets or inventory levels .

Its cost price per widget is $ 2, and inventory carrying costs are 20 percent of average inventory level .

The cross-over period between customers also resulted in a significant build up of inventory levels .

In contrast to carrying costs, ordering costs decrease with increases in average inventory level .

They tend to rely on a rapid turnover of stock, to keep down inventory levels .

The inventory management solution should enable the reduction of inventory levels , improve inventory turns, and eliminate out-of-stock occurrences.

management

It's an enabling technology for concepts like zero-defects and just-in-time inventory management .

Supply Chain Management Until recently, these inventory management strategies were implemented through very expensive computer systems and private networks.

One often-targeted business process is inventory management .

The inventory management solution should enable the reduction of inventory levels, improve inventory turns, and eliminate out-of-stock occurrences.

probate

So too can wills and probate inventories .

The computer methodology for probate inventories has been further developed so that it can now handle large numbers of complete inventories.

The investigation explores the possibility of using probate inventories to cast light on this and related questions.

■ VERB

account

Here one finds a listing of assets such as marketable securities, accounts receivable, and inventories .

The four major categories of cur-rent assets held by most firms are cash, marketable securities, accounts receivable, and inventory .

The method the firm employs to account for its inventory investment can have an important impact on its reported income.

Marketable securities, accounts receivable, and inventories are continually being converted into cash in the normal course of business.

end

Note that required ending inventory and purchases peak in September, while cash payments on purchases peak in October.

include

Now the line has moved up to include inventories .

The charge will cover various costs from the merger, including excess inventory and severance costs.

It is based on the behaviour of several indicators, including inventories and consumer confidence, ahead of previous recessions.

keep

They tend to rely on a rapid turnover of stock, to keep down inventory levels.

We used to have to keep 30 days' inventory in our warehouse.

By keeping inventories down, direct sellers can immediately pass on the savings when component prices fall.

maintain

This will analyse network performance, maintain equipment inventories , and log software use within the system.

The cost to a firm of maintaining inventory has two major components: carrying costs and ordering costs.

reduce

They also tell the production department about demand for existing products: this helps Keyence to regulate its output and reduce inventories .

take

Mr. Mendez would see Delgado about closing his station and take an inventory of company property.

Seasonally or semiannually: Take inventory of items in closets and drawers that are no longer useful.

It turned out I was the one to take the inventory .

To prepare for that meeting, the organization suggests that you: Take an inventory of your skills.

Time to take inventory of your finances and fantasies.

use

The investigation explores the possibility of using probate inventories to cast light on this and related questions.

The alliance will use the two-week inventory to award grants to local groups for making improvements.

The three other inventory accounting methods are commonly used when a periodic inventory accounting is employed.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

Our store has the largest inventory in the mattress business.

She made an inventory of everything in the apartment.

Some of the things in the shop were not listed in the inventory .

The company keeps a full inventory of its equipment.

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