Since inventory turnover is associated with sales and average inventory, changes in either sales or inventory can cause a high amount of inventory days.
For example, if a company has maintained its inventory quantities, but economic factors cause a significant drop in its sales, the company's inventory days will increase dramatically.
If a retailer increases its inventory in order to generate additional sales, but sales do not increase, there will also be an increase in the number of inventory days.
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