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Zero net stocktaking

Zero net stocktaking occurs when the required demand of an article is higher than or equal to the stored stock quantity at a staging zone. Therefore, it is not to be understood as a standard stock-taking, but as a counting related to a storage location or articles. A distinction is made between an intentional (stock quantity = planned withdrawal quantity) and an unintentional (stock quantity < planned withdrawal quantity) zero net stocktaking.


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en/begriffe/nulldurchgangsinventur.txt · Last modified: 06/02/2024 (external edit)