cycle stock

cycle stock

[′sī·kəl ‚stäk]
(chemical engineering)
The unfinished product taken from a stage of a refinery process and recharged to the process at an earlier stage in the operation.
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In Figure 2, we see the retailer's stock to include cycle stock and safety stock.
This article first quantifies that Daily Maersk substantially reduces a shipper's supply chain inventories, including cycle stock, pipeline stock, and safety stock.
It includes 40 pages of reference appendices, including cycle stock and safety stock calculations, total productive maintenance guidelines, the SMED changeover improvement process, bottleneck management, and group technology and cellular flow.
Rather than charging a flat rate, EC2 Spot Instances have a floating price point determined by how much of the overall system is in use as a sort of processor cycle stock exchange.
Safety stock is a term used by inventory specialists to describe a level of extra stock that is maintained below the cycle stock to buffer against stock outs.
The expected value is $209,000 under a 100 percent government bond allocation, $818,000 under a 100 percent stock allocation, $451,000 under a life cycle stock and bond allocation, and $421,000 with a "fixed proportions" allocation.
Traditionally, retailers operated a network of distribution centers that held both cycle stock and safety stock inventories for most or all of their products in each of their marketing territories.
With a lead time from ordering to delivery of three months, each sales company warehouse is currently responsible for its own buffer stock; cycle stock is replenished once a month.
The software minimizes the total cost of production by improving resource utilization, increasing throughput, lowering setup and changeover costs, and right sizing manufacturing batch sizes, cycle stock and inventory.
Cycle stock is the inventory that exists due to review frequencies, or batching policies, in the supply chain.
Safety stock "is a term used to describe a level of stock that is maintained below the cycle stock to buffer against stock outs.
The Logistics Cost Model looks at total annual (logistics) cost for a given product, incorporating (1) cost of holding cycle stock and safety stock, (2) cost of holding in-transit stock, (3) annual ordering cost, (4) annual stockout cost, and (5) annual transportation cost.