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Inventory Management

Inventory Management

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Inventory Management
Inventory Management

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Inventory Management

Topics  Nature of inventories  Need for inventories  Objectives of inventory management  Inventory management techniques  Inventory investment  Selective inventory control  Inventory management process 2 .

Nature of Inventory  Stocks of manufactured products and the material that make up the product.  Components:     raw materials work-in-process finished goods stores and spares (supplies) 3 .

Need for Inventories  Transaction motive  Precautionary motive  Speculative motive 4 .

Objectives of Inventory Management  Ensure a continuous supply of raw materials to     facilitate uninterrupted production Maintain sufficient stock of raw materials in periods of short supply and anticipate price changes Maintain sufficient finished goods inventory for smooth sales operations and efficient customer service Minimise the inventory costs Control inventory investment by maintaining optimum inventory 5 .

insurance. receiving. administration  carrying costs: warehousing. handling. clerical and staff. order placing. transportation.Inventory Management Techniques  Economic order quantity (EOQ)  ordering costs: requisitioning. depreciation and obsolescence  ordering and carrying costs trade-off: EOQ = 2AO c 6 . inspecting and storing.

Inventory Management Techniques  Reorder point under certainty  lead time  average usage Reorder point = Lead time x average usage  Reorder point under uncertainty  safety stock Reorder point = (Lead time x average usage) + safety stock 7 .

Inventory Investment Analysis  Estimation of incremental operating profit  Estimation of incremental investment in inventory  Estimation of the incremental rate of return (IRR)  Comparison of the incremental rate of return with the required rate of return (RRR)  Optimum inventory: IRR = RRR 8 .

Selective Inventory Control  ABC analysis  classify inventory into three categories according to value  control by importance and exception: maximum attention to “A” items 9 .

materials planning and production executives  Monthly reviews of total inventory at plant/corporate level  Dovetail inventory control to the total budgeting system  Identify critical inventory items for closer scrutiny 10 .Inventory Management Process     Explicitly state the inventory policy Create an inventory monitoring cell Management group for controlling purchases Periodic meetings between purchase.

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