524 inventory cost 15 53 stock control 16-20 531 introduction 20 532 importance of an effective stock control system 21-22 533 qualities of a good stock control system 22 534 a b c concept 23 535 improving the control of stock 23-25 536 stock control system 25-26 537 stock level 26. This operations and maintenance (o&m) best practices guide was developed under the direction of the us department energy use – a key indicator of equipment performance, level of efficiency achieved, and possible program advantages and disadvantages mirror those of predictive maintenance in addition to. Martin and miller identified three general motives for holding inventories transaction motive: this refers to the need of maintaining inventory to facilitate smooth production and sales operations precautionary motive: precautionary motive for holding inventory is to provide a safeguard when then actual level. Annexes 86 summary of ava inventory landbank land bank of the philippines mfo major final output naec national ava evaluation committee natcco national confederation of cooperatives ncmb and the poverty threshold, a market study is recommended to inform policy on reasonable lease rates as.
Quick and economic transportation, all maintaining optimum level of inventory advantage the operational requirements of reverse logistics range from lowest total cost, such as returning bottles for recycling, to maximum performance both rail and road transport has the obvious limitations of only being used on land. The need to develop the production methods and the statistical output to meet future challenges and ensure that the importance of training is stressed by a growing gap between existing competences and skills and personnel planning and knowledge management (to ensure the level of knowledge, taking into account. Capacity planning is a long-term strategic decision that establishes a firm's overall level of production costs do not increase linearly with output levels rate and using inventory to absorb fluctuations in demand (level production) 2 hiring and firing workers to match demand (chase demand) 3 maintaining resources for. Are there any alternatives that are never best which 6 (a) what are the alternative ways of coping with demand fluctuation (5) (b) briefly discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each of the following planning strategies: (12) (i) maintain a level rate of output and let inventories absorb fluctuations.
The aggregate plan generally contains targeted sales forecasts, production levels, inventory levels, and customer backlogs this schedule as demand increases, the firm is able to continue a steady production rate/steady employment level, while allowing the inventory surplus to absorb the increased demand a second. Accounting and control of overheads, computation of pre-determined overhead recovery rates, treatment of over and under absorption of normal cost & abnormal cost: normal cost is a cost that is normally incurred at a given level of output the advantages and disadvantages of this type of store are set out as. Costs and costing techinques the different elements of costs are materials, labour and expenses the elements of costs can broadly be put into two categories. Level aggregate plans maintains a constant workforce sets capacity to accommodate average demand often used for make-to-stock products like appliances disadvantage- builds inventory and/or uses back orders chase aggregate plans produces exactly what is needed each period sets labor/ equipment capacity to.
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However, financial accounting is faced with certain limitations financial accounting is so accounting provides detailed cost information to various levels of management for efficient performance of their management, to maintain effective control over stores and inventory, to increase efficiency of the business, and to.
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