Finished Ingredient (vs. Finished Stock)

Polish translation: wyrób końcowy

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English term or phrase:finished ingredient
Polish translation:wyrób końcowy
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20:45 Dec 4, 2010
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Tech/Engineering - Manufacturing
English term or phrase: Finished Ingredient (vs. Finished Stock)
W tekście finished stock - produkt końcowy - finished ingredient - w zasadzie to samo, tylko nie zapakowany. definicja z glosariusza dołączonego do tekstu: Finished Ingredient - A product formulation which results after Raw Ingredients have been
assembled and mixed according to the product's Processing Standard Procedure
Finished Stock - Finished Ingredient which has been filled into the appropriate
primary package components for sale as is or assembled into a set containing other Finished Stock items,
whether of the same or different code.
Paweł Chełchowski
Poland
Local time: 14:24
wyrób końcowy
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wyrób końcowy vs produkt końcowy
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finished ingredient (vs. finished stock)
wyrób końcowy


Explanation:
wyrób końcowy vs produkt końcowy

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