Definition of stock control in English:

stock control

Line breaks: stock con|trol


[mass noun]
The regulation of the stock-in-trade of a company so that all items are available without delay but without tying up unnecessarily large sums of money.
More example sentences
  • He said the workshops would cover topics like disaster management, marketing, stock control and business planning.
  • For example, for a business that carries stock, find out if the product offers stock control or foreign currency capability if your trading goes beyond the Eurozone.
  • Manufacturing and stock control software is another critical tool for a growing business.

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