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Distributors decreased inventory of our products by approximately $8 million sequentially resulting in a lean 9 weeks of inventory which impacted our fourth quarter results but positions us well for the first half of 2015.
In response to institutional investors' fears that the company's current inventory buildup is similar to its buildup seen during the 2008 financial crisis, Chou said the company currently has only two weeks of inventory, which is in line with expectations.
Typically, the most used (and consequently the most often produced) subassemblies will have one-to-two days of inventory in kanban, and the most unique (and less frequently produced) subassemblies may have one-to-two weeks of inventory.
Apple, the icon of the personal computer industry, cut sales and profit forecasts in December and promised to clean out the sales channel, which had swollen to hold some 11 weeks of inventory.
Picture what happens there: If you have a problem, it's immediately tested right there, and you don't have weeks of inventory.
During the four-week period ending February 24, 2008, existing customers may, based on their historic order patterns, order and take delivery of up to eight weeks of inventory of these items at current prices.
In anticipation of a strong holiday showing and continuing its efficient business model, VIZIO manages 3 to 4 weeks of inventory at its retail channels -- half that of their competitors.
This is a sharp downturn from the eight weeks of inventory that was the norm until last summer, when the levels began to fall due to an unexpectedly strong fourth quarter and some manufacturers' delivery problems.