destock

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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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Tenders are invited for Destocking of sugar bags from lot & loading the bags to Lorries from various godowns including RCC godown inside the company and outside warehouse within 20 KM at Mysugar Mandya
People think things will then return to normal - but these bounces are driven by temporary factors - for instance, destocking, turning to restocking, or factors like that you go only so long without replacing your car, or by the VAT stimulus.
People think things will then return to normal - but these bounces are driven by temporary factors - for instance, destocking turning to restocking, or factors like that you go only so long without replacing your car, or by the VAT stimulus.
In an update last week, the company said revenues fell year-on-year as polymer price reductions were passed through to customers, and sales volumes in the cosmetics and personal care sectors were affected by customer destocking and the economic downturn.
View: BMO Capital Markets analyst Connie Maneaty said: "Estee Lauder is in the thick of a major downturn that includes destocking in the US for at least a few more quarters.
In Wines & Spirits, the particularly strong level of destocking seen in the first half slowed down towards the end of the year.
In addition to declining oil prices, the company was also affected by an aerospace customer destocking in the first half of its fiscal year.
In an update last week, the company said revenues fell year-on-year as polymer price reductions were passed through to customers and sales volumes in the cosmetics and personal care sectors were affected by customer destocking and the economic downturn.
That is probably due to our companies destocking - they are not making anything, just turning stock into cash.
The group has pounds 8 million for acquisitions and believes some of the recent slowdown in billings in the UK could be due to destocking.
4%), within a difficult environment and despite significant destocking by distributors and retailers.
Matthias Zachert, Chairman of the Board of Management of LANXESS AG: In autumn, we were witnessing restrained orders due to customer destocking in the rubber business in light of falling oil prices.