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stocktaking

the process of checking physical STOCKS of raw materials, components or finished goods against STORES records of materials quantities on BIN CARDS.
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The unnamed youngster working as a stocktaker said: "The experience has been really good.
The contest is held in memory of the club's late stocktaker Peter George, as it was his discussion in the club a few years ago that Petch's make the best pies which inspired the competition.
Starting as a checker and then as a stocktaker at the old Britannia steel works, he was in the steel industry all his working life.
Retired stocktaker Roy Youngs, 72, of Dulverton Way, died at Guisborough Hospital on September 20, last year after being admitted two days earlier.
A Birmingham businessman who owns a stocktakers and auditor company has been named a semi-finalist in the 2009 Barclays Trading Places Awards.
They need more stocktakers, and more business development managers to look after them.
Most independent retailers could do with a host of professional helpers -- accountants, stocktakers, a resident computer technician, a security guard and a good lawyer.