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03:20 Aug 27, 2008
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English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Manufacturing / Materials Costing
English term or phrase: stocking point BOMs vs. fully indented BOMs
These are the 2 types of bills of material in a costing system. I figured out what "fully indented BOMs" are, but I have no idea what they mean by "stocking point BOMs". Any hints will be appreciated.
Giovanni Rengifo
Colombia
Local time: 06:55
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5Boms en punto de despacho de materiales (o mercancías, o insumos)
José J. Martínez
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Jessica Noyes

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stocking point boms vs. fully indented boms
Boms en punto de despacho de materiales (o mercancías, o insumos)


Explanation:
BOMS no lo traduje

José J. Martínez
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Reference information:
This text doesn't use the expression "stocking poin"t, but it contrasts fully inedented BOM's with a BOM based on *how the materials are sold*. I think this includes wrapping, labels. and so on, as well as the physical item. Just an idea.


    Reference: http://books.google.com/books?id=1HrwqYad2WMC&pg=PA164&lpg=P...
Jessica Noyes
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