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Catch-weight - Catch-weight articles, in the strict sense, are articles for which there is a variable relationship between a base unit of measure (“UOM) and a parallel UOM. As the relationship between the UOMs is unknown or can vary every time goods movements are recorded, it is necessary to "catch, i.e., measure, the weight at each recordation. This means that a quantity must be entered for both the parallel UOM and the base UOM. This necessitates some form of weighing or measuring before entry. In addition, the fact that the articles could undergo natural shrinkage. Such as weight loss during storage must also be taken into account.

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