Management of inventories, Finance Basics

Management of Inventories

Manufacturing firms contains three major kinds of inventories as:

  1. Work-in-progress
  2. Finished goods inventory
  3. Raw materials

The firm must find out the optimal level of inventory to be held hence like to minimize the inventory relevant cost.

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