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Explanation: Actually that trade stock may include items regularly sold, which are opresently being stored and therefore also part of the warehouse stock.
Your context does not make it clear why this differentiation is being made. A warehouse may contain stock that is for internal use, such as raw materials for production or office materials, which are not sold directly. Here the differentiation is usually made by referring to "finished goods", half-finished goods" and "raw materials".