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Topic: push and pull production

Are You Using the Right Inventory Control System?

As an inventory stock manager it is significantly important to be able to develop an inventory stock control system to manage customer demand. This is because that demand for the product will control inventory costs, carrying costs, ordering costs and storage costs. Inventory stock control systems can be categorised as push or pull models. Knowing ... Read More

  January 2, 2018     

Inventory Control: Balancing Inventory and Demand

Having enough inventory should be one of the biggest priorities for any stock-based business. Running short means missing sales and letting down customers, while carrying too much involves tying up lots of capital to buy and store inventory that your business doesn’t actually need. Inventory managers have approached this balancing issue in two di ... Read More

  December 27, 2017     

Push or Pull: Choosing Your Inventory Control System

Inventory control is exceedingly important for your company though achieving it can be very tricky. Accurate inventory management is largely based on the inventory system implemented and the nature of the company and its products. Here we delve into the differences between push versus pull inventory control systems and which would be best suited fo ... Read More

  December 9, 2017     

Why Inventory Management Software is a Must for Distributers

For the modern distributers, managing inventory supply chains can be a task that fits anywhere between simple and reasonably predictable, to highly complex with massive fluctuations. Each supply chain tends to have its own challenges to overcome, along with a wide variety of potential problems caused by any number of variables. While there is a [&h ... Read More

  August 27, 2016