Category Archives: Stock Clearance

Stock Clearance is Becoming a Perennial Exercise

Once upon a time, stock clearance was an annual exercise. Most companies across industries had to clear their stacked inventory once a year or so to make way for new products. One of the reasons was to phase out older products that would have become dated with the advent of newer and better alternatives. One of the compulsions was purely spatial. Warehouses needed space for fresh stocks and stores also had the same compulsion. Today, stock clearance is becoming a perennial exercise. In fact, it already has become a seasonal and in some cases a monthly exercise, thanks to eCommerce. Continue reading Stock Clearance is Becoming a Perennial Exercise

Address the Common Challenges of Stock Clearance

Stock clearance is inevitable when you have some substantial inventory lying around with little or no hope of being able to dispose it off in a manner that can at least ensure a break even if not generating measly profit. Stock clearance has many challenges, most of which are rather common. Every retailer and even manufacturers have to deal with these challenges for successful transition from old stocks to new inventory. Let us address some of these common challenges. Continue reading Address the Common Challenges of Stock Clearance

Address the Common Challenges of Stock Clearance

Stock clearance is inevitable when you have some substantial inventory lying around with little or no hope of being able to dispose it off in a manner that can at least ensure a break even if not generating measly profit. Stock clearance has many challenges, most of which are rather common. Every retailer and even manufacturers have to deal with these challenges for successful transition from old stocks to new inventory. Let us address some of these common challenges. Continue reading Address the Common Challenges of Stock Clearance