finished goods

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finished goods

[¦fin·isht ′gu̇dz]
(industrial engineering)
Manufactured products in inventory ready for packaging, shipment, or sale.
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Additionally, in discrete manufacturing, the number of components being consumed in a finished good is relatively fixed, whereas in process, there are tolerances in how the raw materials are blended to make a finished good.
To arrive at a finished good and maintain client satisfaction, the CPA firm must correlate its available resources with the magnitude and complexity of the project and meet committed deadlines.
Candela M is fully integrated with Candela RMS, this means the manufacturing process gets integrated with retail operations, and the finished goods on completion are pushed in the warehouse of Candela RMS.
The finished goods inventory index dropped from 18 to 2, and the raw materials inventory index also decreased.
As we approach New Orleans tricentennial and focus on economic development and creating real opportunities that will have a dynamic impact, the case for expanding the plastics finished goods / products industry is very strong.
Source also said to him, in this respect the company would like to bring it to FBR's attention that some of the company's finished goods are either in warehouses or in transit from the company's suppliers with the current printed retail price.
The expansion also increased the storage area for finished goods, expanded shipping and receiving, and improved inventory control of intermediates and finished goods.
Producer Price Index for finished goods declined 0.
5 percent from the reference period in the Finished Goods Price Index, for example, is shown as 105.
CRC has introduced Inventory Automation, a complete bar code tracking system for raw material, finished goods, and work-in-process inventory.
After the central bank of Nigeria banned finished goods and general merchandise importers from accessing the foreign exchange market, the local currency in Nigeria has depreciated.