Stocks should be replenished regularly with checking


It is not enough to place an order for supplies when the stocks get low. There should be a checklist or guideline. First consideration is the cost of the supplies and next is the market trend. If the product is still doing good in the market then there is no problem. Another factor to consider is the capacity of the customers for ordering such supplies. The customer is the lifeblood of the business so you should know their needs.


This is the job of the inventory officer that should not be neglected since forgetting to report the vanishing stocks could result in a shortage. It is difficult to imagine the lack of stocks when orders are coming in especially from the regular customers. I think t here is a table of schedule for ordering of the particular stocks that is managed by someone in the warehouse. It is to control the excessive stocks or the lack of stocks in the warehouse.
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