The 30 day rule

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The new manager has an idea in which Scotch is currently the target. He wants to have a 30 day supply of raw materials, a 30 day supply of finished goods/goods in shipment, and a 30 day supply of out of house stock. I think that having that much inventories is not a good idea for all our products. He wants to apply this to more products.

D: have a 30 day supply of the 3 inventories(raw mat.,in houst stock, and out of house stock).
D': Have supplies depend on demand and have 30 day supplies only for the highly demanded products.
B: ensure quick shipments and not lose customers because we didn't have something stocked
C: have low inventory costs
A: Grow as a company and not lose customers due to unavailabiltity of product
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In order to Grow as a company and not lose customers due to unavailabiltity of product I must ensure quick shipments and not lose customers because we didn't have something stocked and in order to ensure quick shipments and not lose customers because we didn't have something stocked I must have a 30 day supply of the 3 inventories(raw mat.,in houst stock, and out of house stock).. But, in order to Grow as a company and not lose customers due to unavailabiltity of product I must also have low inventory costs and in order to have low inventory costs I must Have supplies depend on demand and have 30 day supplies only for the highly demanded products.. I can't both have a 30 day supply of the 3 inventories(raw mat.,in houst stock, and out of house stock). and Have supplies depend on demand and have 30 day supplies only for the highly demanded products..
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B-Doften vendors and lead times vary so having a certain amount of stock is vital