1
Reception
Goods received at warehouse from another party or warehouse.
2
Delivery
Goods which have been delivered from the inventory to another party or warehouse.
3
Scrapped parts
Adjustment due to scrapped parts.
4
Difference
The difference between the inventory, as physically counted, and the inventory recorded by the system.
5
Property transfer within warehouse
An inventory movement issued when goods are moved (physically or logically) from one owner to another, whenever inventories are held in account of several owners of the same product within the same warehouse.
6
Inventory recycling
This inventory movement is due to recycling of goods. For instance, defective goods have been repaired and are put back to the available inventory.
7
Reversal of previous movement
This inventory movement is issued to cancel a previously processed movement.
8
Defects (technical)
This inventory movement corresponds to parts with technical defect.
9
Commercial
The inventory movement has been issued for commercial reasons.
10
Conversion
The inventory movement is due to conversion of goods.
11
Consumption
The inventory movement corresponds to goods taken out of consigned inventory for consumption.