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Meaning of "ex stock" - Business English Dictionary

ex stock

adjective, adverb
 
 
COMMERCE used to describe goods that buyers can have immediately because the seller has a supply of them available: Most ex-stock items can be delivered on the following day after the order is placed. These goods are available ex stock for immediate delivery.
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