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Como controlar o meu estoque? 525

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A empresa que tem necessidade de fazer estoque para poder realizar melhor as suas vendas deve ter a atenção redobrada, no mínimo em relação a dois fatores:
• Não podem faltar produtos.
• Não podem sobrar produtos em demasia.

Essa é a essência dos estoques nas empresas: o suprimento da quantidade de produtos que o mercado, entenda-se cliente, deseja adquirir de imediato.

Portanto, é mais eficiente, ter a quantidade ideal da demanda, quando se tem planejamento, ou seja, quando o empresário estabelece as seguintes metas:
• Previsão de vendas para os vários períodos do ano.
• Previsão de compras necessárias para atender as expectativas de vendas.
• Previsão do estoque mínimo – que estará representando o estoque de segurança – e que leva em consideração, entre outras questões, o tempo que a empresa tem que esperar para receber as compras realizadas e quando é o caso, também o tempo de produção.

O planejamento de vendas e de compras, também deve indicar as ações de venda que devem ser implementadas para garantirem que o que foi
previsto de fato aconteça. Não dá para planejar e apenas ficar esperando acontecer.

Faça acontecer o que foi planejado. Tenha o que foi planejado como um desafio de vendas a ser conquistado por todos na empresa, inclusive se lembrar de pensar nas ações que contribuam ainda mais para a venda de tudo o que é adquirido, como promoções de vendas, por exemplo.

Antes mesmo de terminar o período correspondente ao planejamento, seja, um mês, um trimestre, etc., acompanhe como as vendas estão se comportando e que outros fatores podem estar influenciando. Não deixe para pensar no problema somente após a sua ocorrência, e se está se percebendo o risco de sobrar em estoque mais do que o previsto, é preciso agir com antecedência e promover estratégias que ao menos minimizem o problema, ou seja, diminuam as sobras excessivas de estoque.

Entende-se por excessiva toda a quantidade que ultrapassar o volume mínimo de estoque.

Vale o esforço para efetivar os controles de estoque, pois isto estará contribuindo para que os lucros gerados nas vendas não fiquem por muito tempo retidos e desvalorizados nos estoques.
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Texto extraído do manual Gestão da Micro e Pequena Empresa. Uma publicação do Sebrae/SP em parceria com a Casa do Contabilista de Ribeirão Preto.
Este texto é de responsabilidade do seu autor não refletindo, necessariamente, a opinião do Sebrae/RJ

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    STORY WRITTEN FOR & USED WITH PERMISSIONPosted: July 22, 2009 NASA managers terminated a spacewalk today when astronaut Chris Cassidy’s carbon dioxide levels showed an upward trend due to a problem with his spacesuit’s CO2 removal system. NASA managers said late Wednesday his CO2 levels never exceeded normal limits for crews inside the space station or the shuttle and that calling off the spacewalk early was simply a precaution. Credit: NASA”A spacesuit is a very small spacecraft and there’s really not very much margin for error,” said space station Flight Director Holly Ridings.She said Cassidy, a former Navy SEAL making his first spacewalk, experienced no symptoms of hypercapnia, which include headaches, confusion and lethargy, and that his spacesuit will be equipped with a fresh canister of CO2-removing lithium hydroxide for a planned spacewalk Friday.Cassidy and astronaut David Wolf were attempting to replace four of six batteries in the space station’s oldest set of solar arrays when flight controllers because concerned about elevated CO2 levels in Cassidy’s suit. 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configuredTue 09:28 AM…05…15…25…SSRMS grapples JLETue 09:43 AM…05…15…40…SRMS ungrapples JLETue 10:03 AM…05…16…00…SSRMS installs JLETue 10:43 AM…05…16…40…Spacesuit swapTue 11:38 AM…05…17…35…SSRMS releases JLETue 11:53 AM…05…17…50…SSRMS ICC removal from POATue 11:58 AM…05…17…55…Equipment lock prepsTue 01:18 PM…05…19…15…Crew mealTue 02:18 PM…05…20…15…PAO eventTue 02:43 PM…05…20…40…Shuttle crew off dutyTue 05:58 PM…05…23…55…EVA-3: Procedures reviewTue 06:58 PM…06…00…55…Evening planning conferenceTue 08:28 PM…06…02…25…EVA-3: Mask pre-breatheTue 09:08 PM…06…03…05…EVA-3: Airlock depress to 10.2 psiTue 09:33 PM…06…03…30…ISS crew sleep beginsTue 10:03 PM…06…04…00…STS crew sleep beginsFlight Day 807/22Wed 06:03 AM…06…12…00…STS/ISS crew wakeupWed 06:43 AM…06…12…40…EVA-3: 14.7 psi repress/hygiene breakWed 07:28 AM…06…13…25…EVA-3: Airlock depress to 10.2 psiWed 07:53 AM…06…13…50…EVA-3: Campout EVA prepsWed 08:03 AM…06…14…00…ISS daily planning conferenceWed 09:23 AM…06…15…20…EVA-3: Spacesuit purgeWed 09:38 AM…06…15…35…EVA-3: Spacesuit prebreatheWed 10:28 AM…06…16…25…EVA-3: Crew lock depressurizationWed 10:33 AM…06…16…30…SSRMS ICC maneuver to EVA work siteWed 10:58 AM…06…16…55…EVA-3: Spacesuits to battery powerWed 11:03 AM…06…17…00…EVA-3: Airlock egressWed 11:13 AM…06…17…10…EVA-3: SetupWed 11:28 AM…06…17…25…EVA-3: EV1: JLE PL prepsWed 11:28 AM…06…17…25…EVA-3: EV2: JEF MLI removalWed 11:58 AM…06…17…55…EVA-3: P6 battery replacement (4 of 6)Wed 04:43 PM…06…22…40…EVA-3: Cleanup and ingressWed 04:48 PM…06…22…45…SSRMS maneuvers to clear SARJWed 05:28 PM…06…23…25…EVA-3: Airlock repressurizationWed 05:38 PM…06…23…35…Spacesuit servicingWed 06:18 PM…07…00…15…Evening planning conferenceWed 09:03 PM…07…03…00…ISS crew sleep beginsWed 09:33 PM…07…03…30…STS crew sleep beginsFlight Day 907/23Thu 05:33 AM…07…11…30…Crew wakeupThu 07:33 AM…07…13…30…ISS daily planning conferenceThu 08:33 AM…07…14…30…MAXI grappleThu 08:48 AM…07…14…45…PAM 3 SLM openThu 08:58 AM…07…14…55…EVA-4: Tools configuredThu 09:08 AM…07…15…05…MAXI unberthThu 09:18 AM…07…15…15…MAXI maneuver to EFU1Thu 09:58 AM…07…15…55…MAXI berthThu 10:18 AM…07…16…15…MAXI ungrappleThu 10:43 AM…07…16…40…ICS grappleThu 10:58 AM…07…16…55…PAM 1 SLM openThu 11:18 AM…07…17…15…ICS unberthThu 11:28 AM…07…17…25…JRMS maneuver to EFU7Thu 12:08 PM…07…18…05…ICS berthThu 12:28 PM…07…18…25…ICS ungrappleThu 12:43 PM…07…18…40…EVA-4: Equipment lock prepsThu 12:53 PM…07…18…50…SEDA AP grappleThu 01:08 PM…07…19…05…PAM 2 SLM openThu 01:28 PM…07…19…25…SEDA unberthThu 01:33 PM…07…19…30…Crew meals beginThu 01:38 PM…07…19…35…JRMS maneuver to EFU9Thu 02:18 PM…07…20…15…SEDA berthThu 02:38 PM…07…20…35…SEDA ungrappleThu 04:38 PM…07…22…35…PAO eventThu 04:58 PM…07…22…55…EVA-4: Procedures reviewThu 06:03 PM…08…00…00…ISS evening planning conferenceThu 06:03 PM…08…00…00…PAO eventThu 08:28 PM…08…02…25…EVA-4: Mask pre-breatheThu 08:33 PM…08…02…30…ISS crew sleep beginsThu 08:43 PM…08…02…40…EVA-4: Airlock depress to 10.2 psiThu 09:03 PM…08…03…00…STS crew sleep beginsFlight Day 1007/24Fri 05:03 AM…08…11…00…STS/ISS crew wakeupFri 05:43 AM…08…11…40…EVA-4: 14.7 psi repress/hygiene breakFri 06:28 AM…08…12…25…EVA-4: Airlock depress to 10.2 psiFri 06:48 AM…08…12…45…ISS daily planning conferenceFri 06:53 AM…08…12…50…EVA-4: Campout EVA prepsFri 08:23 AM…08…14…20…EVA-4: Spacesuit purgeFri 08:38 AM…08…14…35…EVA-4: Spacesuit prebreatheFri 09:28 AM…08…15…25…EVA-4: Crew lock depressurizationFri 09:33 AM…08…15…30…SSRMS ICC maneuver to EVA work siteFri 09:58 AM…08…15…55…EVA-4: Spacesuits to battery powerFri 10:03 AM…08…16…00…EVA-4: Airlock egressFri 10:13 AM…08…16…10…EVA-4: SetupFri 10:28 AM…08…16…25…EVA-4: P6 battery replacement (2 of 6)Fri 02:08 PM…08…20…05…EVA-4: THR relocateFri 02:08 PM…08…20…05…SSRMS ICC maneuver to handoffFri 02:28 PM…08…20…25…EVA-4: JEF aft camera installFri 02:33 PM…08…20…30…SRMS grapples ICCFri 03:03 PM…08…21…00…SSRMS releases ICCFri 03:38 PM…08…21…35…SRMS ICC berthFri 03:43 PM…08…21…40…EVA-4: Cleanup and ingressFri 04:28 PM…08…22…25…EVA-4: Airlock repressurizationFri 04:38 PM…08…22…35…Spacesuit servicingFri 05:28 PM…08…23…25…Evening planning conferenceFri 08:03 PM…09…02…00…ISS crew sleep beginsFri 08:33 PM…09…02…30…STS crew sleep beginsFlight Day 1107/25Sat 04:33 AM…09…10…30…Crew wakeupSat 08:03 AM…09…14…00…PAO event (all)Sat 08:23 AM…09…14…20…Crew off dutySat 12:03 PM…09…18…00…Joint crew mealSat 01:03 PM…09…19…00…Crew off dutySat 05:03 PM…09…23…00…ISS daily planning conferenceSat 07:33 PM…10…01…30…ISS crew sleep beginsSat 08:03 PM…10…02…00…STS crew sleep beginsFlight Day 1207/26Sun 04:03 AM…10…10…00…STS/ISS crew wakeupSun 05:13 AM…10…11…10…ISS PAO eventSun 06:03 AM…10…12…00…ISS daily planning conferenceSun 07:08 AM…10…13…05…SSRMS JLE grappleSun 07:23 AM…10…13…20…EVA-5: Tools configuredSun 07:48 AM…10…13…45…JLE uninstallSun 08:18 AM…10…14…15…SRMS grapples JLESun 08:38 AM…10…14…35…SSRMS releases JLESun 08:53 AM…10…14…50…EVA-5: Spacesuit swapSun 08:58 AM…10…14…55…SRMS berths JLESun 09:43 AM…10…15…40…EVA-5: Equipment lock prepsSun 11:03 AM…10…17…00…Crew meals beginSun 02:28 PM…10…20…25…Joint crew news conferenceSun 03:08 PM…10…21…05…Crew photoSun 03:28 PM…10…21…25…EVA-5: Procedures reviewSun 04:28 PM…10…22…25…ISS evening planning conferenceSun 05:58 PM…10…23…55…EVA-5: Mask pre-breatheSun 06:38 PM…11…00…35…EVA-5: Airlock depress to 10.2 psiSun 07:03 PM…11…01…00…ISS crew sleep beginsSun 07:33 PM…11…01…30…STS crew sleep beginsFlight Day 1307/27Mon 03:33 AM…11…09…30…STS/ISS crew wakeupMon 04:13 AM…11…10…10…EVA-5: 14.7 psi repress/hygiene breakMon 04:58 AM…11…10…55…EVA-5: Airlock depress to 10.2 psiMon 05:23 AM…11…11…20…EVA-5: Campout EVA prepsMon 05:33 AM…11…11…30…ISS daily planning conferenceMon 06:53 AM…11…12…50…EVA-5: Spacesuit purgeMon 07:08 AM…11…13…05…EVA-5: Spacesuit prebreatheMon 07:58 AM…11…13…55…EVA-5: Crew lock depressurizationMon 08:28 AM…11…14…25…EVA-5: Spacesuits to battery powerMon 08:33 AM…11…14…30…EVA-5: Airlock egressMon 08:43 AM…11…14…40…EVA-5: SetupMon 08:58 AM…11…14…55…EVA-5: EV1: Z1 patch panelMon 08:58 AM…11…14…55…EVA-5: EV2: SPDM coversMon 09:58 AM…11…15…55…EVA-5: EV1: S3 nadir outboard PASMon 11:28 AM…11…17…25…EVA-5: S3 nadir inboard PASMon 12:43 PM…11…18…40…EVA-5: CP1 WETA installMon 02:13 PM…11…20…10…EVA-5: Cleanup and ingressMon 02:58 PM…11…20…55…EVA-5: Airlock repressurizationMon 03:08 PM…11…21…05…Spacesuit servicingMon 04:03 PM…11…22…00…Evening planning conferenceMon 06:33 PM…12…00…30…ISS crew sleep beginsMon 07:03 PM…12…01…00…STS crew sleep beginsFlight Day 14EDITOR’S NOTE:The flight plan for undocking day through landing is stillbeing worked out. 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