Base Stock

Base Stock

The minimum inventory a company needs in order to maintain operations without some interruption. Companies, especially retailers, strive to maintain at least their base stock at all times.
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14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- To kick off the new year, Kline & Company, a worldwide consulting and research firm serving needs of organizations in the lubricants and base stocks industry, introduced its monthly Base Stock Margin Index, a characterization of recent cash margin contributions in the U.
Meat ingredients specialist BHJ Ingredients UK is celebrating the 'best of British' with the launch of its new British Semipro[R] base stock range.
1 Determining the optimum order size for SH Ltd Order size (units) 1,000 1,500 2,000 Number of orders required per year 30 20 15 Average stock holding (units) 500 750 1,000 Stock ordering cost ([pounds sterling]) 9,000 6,000 4,500 Stock holding cost ([pounds sterling]) 5,000 7,500 10,000 Total annual stock cost ([pounds sterling]) 14,000 13,500 14,500 2 Probabilities of a stock-out at SH Ltd Base stock (units) 200 400 600 Stock-outs per year 0 0.
And the situation is that the cost of virgin base stock is relatively low," he remarks.
GTL represents the latest step in creating the ideal base stock and match performance with polyalphaolefins.
HOUSTON -- ExxonMobil Chemical (NYSE:XOM) has expanded its SpectraSyn Elite[TM] metallocene polyalphaolefin (mPAO) base stock portfolio with the introduction of a 65 cSt grade (at 100xC), providing formulators more flexibility in developing advanced industrial and automotive lubricants.
24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Due to the profound changes sweeping the global base oil market Kline & Company announced today the publication of the monthly Kline Base Stock Margin Index.
American mills have traditionally manufactured base stock for coated SBS board on conventional fourdrinier machines with a conventional head box, dandy roll(s), conventional size press, and calender wet stack before the coater section.
Loss of internal strength is a major concern on machines that switch from conventional to metered size press operations, especially when making coating base stock.
According to preliminary findings from a major market research study being produced by PetroTrends and marketed under a joint venture agreement with the Independent Lubricant Manufacturers Association (ILMA), when taken together, independent lubricant manufacturers purchase an estimated 700 million gallons of base stock valued at roughly $1 billion, and nearly 500 million lbs of lubricant additives, valued at close to $400 million in 2000.
Synthetic Lubricant Base Stock Markets" to their offering.

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