"duh, finished good are wroth more so just keep them parts!!!!!!!!"
Maybe, I guess there is a labor and overhead component that gets applied to finished goods, but finished goods are usually booked at cost, not value. A company is required to write inventory down if it's market value is less than it's cost.
We've been over and over this topic flea. It's very simple: inventories are down, not up. Turnover rates are down slightly but still exceed 7 times per year. Far from being a problem, this turnover rate is something for many companies to envy.
When did you go look at the warehouse, flea? I have to give you credit for your vivid imagination.
This is mis-information. The only deal is that some retailers are getting cheaper units to compete with the crap IKON sells. They are cheaper to manufacture. No deal for the dealers, just a machines made for a lower price point. Plus Clearence is spelled Clearance. Its hard to trust anyone who cannot spell.