Despite a persistently low interest rate policy, inventories are again increasingly the focus of entrepreneurial activity. On the one hand, the noticeable economic downturn and uncertain forecasts mean that earnings must be safeguarded and working capital optimized. On the other hand, a greater variety of products and variants, an increasing complexity of the supply chain, inflexible production facilities and a focus on increasing output have driven inventories up. As a result, many manufacturing companies have a stock level that is far too high across the entire chain.
We would like to give you suggestions and impulses on how you can reduce stocks quickly and effectively and answer the following questions:
This issue of our TMG IMPULS REIHE gives you ideas on how to reduce inventory quickly and effectively and answers the questions above!
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