inventory turns


inventory turns
 How many times inventory is sold and replaced per year.
 ► “Overburdened inventories, resulting in poor inventory turns and on-time performance that is far less than desirable, are serious problems for many companies.” (Production & Inventory Management Journal, Second Quarter 1995, p. 39)

American business jargon. 2014.

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