In a Jordanian industrial factory, inventory procedures were enhanced: a case of study


Mohammed Awwad Ali Al-Dabbas


Mechanical  Engineering Department, Mutah University, Karak, Jordan

Corresponding Author Email: madabbas@yahoo.com,madabbas@mutah.edu.jo

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Business expansion is rapid today and has a significant economic impact. Inventory administration is attributed to these companies appropriately and competently often. This project was conducted in the Jordan substance production unit, which has incomplete issues as frequently as possible as filled and overstock. The manufacturer aims to improve depot efficiency by considering a stock management modification. The objective of this test is to check the causes for wastage administration in meat industries and then follow the recommendations given. The entire cost decrease was significantly reduced following implementing the principles, methods, and techniques of inventory management and control systems like continuous and periodic control systems; consequently, the profit margin was considerably reduced without any price change to the product. In addition, the degree of client service was raised.