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Subassembly inventory costs

How could the cost of inventory be reduced by holding the inventory in raw components instead of circuit boards/subassemblies ? My understanding is that a subassembled part itself is a product of many raw/basic components. Now instead of storing sub assembly, if we store raw components, then the inventory is supposed to increase :(

Any pointers please ?

How could the cost of inventory be reduced by holding the inventory in raw components instead of circuit boards/subassemblies ? My understanding is that a subassembled part itself is a product of many raw/basic components. Now instead of storing sub assembly, if we store raw components, then the inventory is supposed to increase :(

Any pointers please ?

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Hello Max,

A potential answer to your (fair) point is that the same raw material can be used to produce different circuit boards/subassemblies. In that case you have to storage less material, because you produce on demand what your clients need.

Does it make sense?

Hope it helps,
Luca

Hello Max,

A potential answer to your (fair) point is that the same raw material can be used to produce different circuit boards/subassemblies. In that case you have to storage less material, because you produce on demand what your clients need.

Does it make sense?

Hope it helps,
Luca

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