Purchasing and inventory Management policies and procedures
The General buying Procedure describes the purchasing actions taken for:
- purchasing of all inventory, supplies and money gear;
- continuous analysis of inventory use and balances to be able to lessen financial investment amount;
- conclusion of relevant procurement papers.
Vendor choice for inventory and non-inventory things will be according to the seller selection treatment. The reorder level of standard inventory products will likely to be determined per available stock on hand with the demands to meet the monthly sales plan. Each day the stock file should be reviewed on a line-by-line foundation to look for the things that have reached a reorder point.
The procurement plan involves maintaining financial investment within organization’s actual inventory at lowest effective degree and supervising in accordance with regulatory and buyer contract needs. The procurement process applies to all inventory, offer and money gear expenditures and is relevant to all the personnel that need something or service.