Economic Sizing Stock Production in the Economic Entities
The stock production is the amount of resources that is the result of a request and an offer of a way of organizing the supply activity with row materials and must ensure the necessary materials in the production process between two consecutives supplies activity. His need is determined by the inconsistency in time and space of the production and consumption of resources, by the existence of different rates of production (consumption), by some uncertainties regarding the supply activity. These are arguments that impose within the economic entities the existence of resource stocks materials, such as safety stock – in order to eliminate the uncertainties regarding the consumption process, the quantities delivered and the time of delivery or speculative stocks – in order to eliminate negative influences of rising prices.
Volume (Year): XI (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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