2. Reduced Inventory Costs
MTO businesses typically have lower carrying costs because they don’t need to store large quantities of finished goods. This can lead to cost savings in terms of storage space, insurance, and capital tied up in inventory.
3. Reduced Risk of Obsolescence
Because products are made in response to actual demand, there is a lower risk of products becoming obsolete or unsellable due to changes in customer preferences or technological advancements.
4. Lower Holding Costs
MTO reduces the costs associated with holding excess inventory, including the risk of inventory depreciation, spoilage, or damage.
5. Tight Control Over Production
Businesses have better control over their production processes since they can adjust production schedules quickly in response to changes in demand or specific customer requests.
6. Faster Product Turnaround
Customers often receive their orders more quickly since production begins shortly after an order is placed.
Upload the the product online to your Oroox system with running feasibilty checks.
Instant and accurate price calculation with considering all relevant factors such as material costs, machine use, additional work and more.
The customer navigates to self-checkout to provide address, choose delivery date and place the order.
Here the manufacturer steps in and does what he knows best: to produce!
Once production is completed, products are shipped with continuous order status tracking.