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destock

(diːˈstɒk)
vb
(Commerce) (of a retailer) to reduce the amount of stock held or cease to stock certain products
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Zinc price shows weakness, inventories could be destocked.
For skimmed milk powder, up to 192,000 tonnes could be destocked.
PWC fears that some businesses have cut back and destocked heavily and may now need to loan money to fund the delivery of new contracts.
Mr Scott-Maxwell said the division, which includes two factories in Witton and Tyseley, had a successful second half after a weak first quarter as wholesalers destocked.
As credit dried up, so industry participants destocked their inventories, driving rough diamond prices.
Mr Scott-Maxwell said the group was suffering as sales in its UK electrical business slowed while customers destocked.
Champagne revenue was impacted by the high stock levels at distributors who destocked massively in the first half.