Dead stock, also known as dead inventory or obsolete inventory, refers to items that aren’t expected to sell. Dead stock can negatively affect a business’s bottom line.
A business may find itself with dead stock because it ordered or manufactured too many items and then found they didn’t sell as anticipated
Dead stock can also include damaged items, incorrect deliveries, leftover seasonal products or expired raw materials.
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Cost of Dead Stock
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