dead stock


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dead stock

raw materials, work in progress or finished goods which have not been used for a considerable time. Businesses need to employ careful STOCK CONTROLS, monitoring the usage rate of STOCK items in order to avoid tying up WORKING CAPITAL in high levels of redundant stock.
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Last spring my tweets to Alun Davies (Natural Resources Minister) led to concessions on farm burial for dead stock.
Almost dead stock market, fluctuation gold prices, down sliding fixed deposit and falling rupee has no doubt attracted the NRIs as well as other investors to put their money in Indian property market.
Considering the number of tons of bangus being traded there every day, that's a huge loss for cage operators who have been complying with the proper disposal of dead stock," Domenden said.
y Mrs Jones said Mr Roberts was told the seven-day burial derogation to allow farmers to bury dead stock on their land had been of little use.
There is a genuine case for special arrangements to be put in place to collect dead stock free of charge or at the very least at a subsidised rate.
The opening was preceded by a lecture titled, 'Material Matter' by Renny Ramakers, co-founder and director, who gave the students tips on how to make products using recycled and dead stock as raw materials to produce creative products.
In 2010 with 'Saved by Droog,' Droog began purchasing dead stock for creative re-interpretation.
If your company produces samples or ever experiences overstock or dead stock, private sales sites could be a great way to get rid of those items.
Feeding wildlife, improper garbage storage and compost handling, lack of dead stock removal, coyote baiting with dead stock on farmland, improper animal husbandry and a lack of knowledge of how to wildlife-proof one's property are all to blame.
Warrens, which collects dead stock between the Scottish borders and North Yorkshire, has worked flat out right through Easter.
It's these tricky relationships she's keen to sort out as much as the storeroom full of dead stock.
Abdul Hamid, a daily wage labourer was killed in South Kashmir's Islamabad (Anantnag) district when a live shell inside dead stock went off in the same month.