dead stock


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dead stock

n
(Agriculture) farm equipment. Compare livestock
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The dead stock is the stark reality of the dwindling tourism sector in Malindi, and a reflection of the bigger crisis facing the tourism industry in Kenya.
Tenders are invited for Auction notification disposal of unserviceable dead stock articles at dctsc, cuttack.
Dead stock oil, which is often logged in inventories of oil companies, can no longer be pumped out, because doing so could pose risks of contamination to the other products being sold at the pumps.
Majority of businesses, including those in Kenya, have also adopted Boxing Day as the perfect occasion to offload dead stock by giving crazy offers to customers.
There does appear to be shortcomings on dead stock removal.
I had hidden a radio on the mezzanine floor of the warehouse, stashed among the boxes of dead stock.
Curated to reflect easy modern style, the limited-edition pieces are made using a mixture of new, vintage and dead stock fabrics.
The platform also helps maintain an optimum inventory level at all the retail outlets, thus minimizing two major problems associated with all retail distribution systems- loss of business opportunity and dead stock.
They're made in California using 100 percent fine cotton canvas from small Japanese mills and dead stock.
For most businesses, the issue of managing dead stock is one that, more often than not, gets put on the back burner.
This creates a risk of dead stock for retailers, as they purchase these merchandise in bulk.
In 2010, we worked on a programme to streamline general item ordering and avoid dead stock.