Role of Managing Industrial Stocks in Increasing of Textile Enterprises Capacity
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Bobir Tursunov: Tashkent State University of Economics, Uzbekistan
Journal of Applied Management and Investments, 2017, vol. 6, issue 4, 260-266
Under the conditions of market economy, developments of various patterns of ownership, the great value for the enterprises gets rationalized management of industrial resources. The latter are the reserves for growth of production efficiency, increasing of its quality, reduction of unproductive losses and net cost of production. The study of a problem of management of industrial stocks in the textile enterprises considerably expands possibilities of an analysis of economic activity from the perspective of an effective utilization of industrial stocks. In the paper, the modern management methods are offered. Within the limits of the given research, a number of suggestions related to the perfection of the mechanism of industrial stocks of the textile enterprises management is developed. Results of research can be used in current activity of textile enterprises for the purpose of reduction of stocks’ use by the means of the offered model of storekeeping.
Keywords: industrial stocks; capacity; textile enterprises; types of stocks; stocks’ control (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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