Material storage, Managerial Accounting

Material storage

Sophisticated mathematical models to control economic buying, and systems control the flow of material may all be for naught if the obvious-efficient storekeeping-ignored. Good practice in this respect implies:

  • The employment of a well-trained stores staff
  • Use of the most efficient equipment—for storage and handling
  • Easy access to items—stored in logical order
  • Sitting of stores convenient to users
  • Security against theft and fire
  • Protection against deterioration
  • A system of continuously checking physical with recorded stocks.

 

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