## What is the basic EOQ formula?

The EOQ formula is the square root of (2 x 1,000 pairs x $2 order cost) / ($5 holding cost) or 28.3 with rounding. The ideal order size to minimize costs and meet customer demand is slightly more than 28 pairs of jeans. A more complex portion of the EOQ formula provides the reorder point.

### What is EOQ and ROP?

The EOQ reorder point is a contraction of the term economic order quantity reorder point. It is a formula used to derive that number of units of inventory to order that represents the lowest possible total cost to the ordering entity.

**What are EOQ assumptions?**

Underlying assumption of the EOQ model The cost of the ordering remains constant. The demand rate for the year is known and evenly spread throughout the year. The lead time is not fluctuating (lead time is the latency time it takes a process to initiate and complete).

**What is EOQ graph?**

The graph below illustrates how the annual ordering costs and holding costs change as the reorder quantity increases; the EOQ is marked as the lowest point of the total cost line. To calculate EOQ, you need: the demand of the item per year, the cost per order, and the cost of holding per unit of inventory.

## Is EOQ same as reorder quantity?

Having the right amount of product is a balancing act. That’s why ecommerce businesses rely on the reorder quantity formula. Similar to an economic order quantity (EOQ), you are trying to find the optimal order quantity to minimize logistics costs, warehousing space, stockouts, and overstock costs.

### What are the assumptions & limitations of EOQ?

The assumptions made in the EOQ formula restrict the use of the formula. In practice cost per unit of purchase of an item change time to time and lead time are also uncertain. It is necessary for the application of EOQ order that the demands remain constant throughout the year which is not possible.

**What is the difference between MOQ and EOQ?**

Economic order quantity (EOQ) is an equation used to determine the ideal quantity of inventory to stock in your warehouse so that you don’t spend too much on storage but also don’t run out of products. MOQ is the amount of product a supplier or seller requires a purchaser to buy at one time.

**How do you negotiate a minimum order quantity?**

5 Ways to Negotiate Minimums

- Just Ask. The most obvious: ask for a lower minimum.
- Low Minimum at Higher Price. Ask if they are willing to go in at a lower minimum and pay a higher price (you don’t want to offer the price, let them come back to you).
- Cover Set-up Fees and Costs.
- Gradual Production Run.
- Group Your Order.