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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Many farmers assume this means they can bury stock providing they have attempted to dispose of dead stock through legitimate collectors - even though there may be future cross-compliance problems.
Meanwhile I'll have a pile of dead stock on my farmyard, '' he said.
Auction are invited for Auction Of Un-Serviceable Dead Stock Articles : Lawn Mover
However, if the let property is clearly held as a partnership asset, ie part of the business, so long as the investment element constitutes less than the trading element in the business including live and dead stock, it is possible to treat the house as part of the normal business assets.
He added: ``One solution which I've cleared with Trading Standards is for farmers to bring their dead stock here rather than waiting for collection, providing they have drip-proof wagons.
MORRIS Marshall & Poole conducted a complete dispersal sale of live and dead stock on behalf of Mr Gib Morgan at Cwmgraig, Dolfor, on Thursday August 26.
The company will continue to use eBay services for the next 4 - 6 weeks to liquidate overstock, dead stock, and customer returns for retailers and product manufacturers across the U.
NSA deputy chief executive Peter Morris said: "The NSA remains totally opposed to the ban on the burial of dead stock.
There is a need for this service to dispose of dead stock.
Auction Mills will not only liquidate overstock, dead stock, and store returns but will actually purchase bulk lots of high-value merchandise from large retailers and product manufacturers across the U.
Without this income we will not be able to carry out our welcomed, mainly free, dead stock disposal service for the farmers.
backbenchers seek to force through a world changing bill to "save" the fox whilst other government departments (Defra) are virtually begging hunts to help them dispose of dead stock which farmers are no longer allowed to bury on farms in case they pollute the rivers.