Inventory control is also known as stock control which simply means the activity of checking the company’s stock.
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Inventory control is also known as stock control which simply means the activity of checking the company’s stock. In this course, You will learn some techniques for Inventory control.
- Learn how to control inventory
- Learn how to reduce inventory cost
- Learn some inventory control technique like ABC Analysis, VED Analysis
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Going further in the course of ‘Inventory Control’. First, discuss some terminology used in the Inventory process, this helps us to understand the course better. Demand: It is the number…
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The explanation of most common conveyors are described in this lesson.
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