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In the field of inventory management, a stock-keeping unit or SKU refers to a specific item stored to a specific location. The SKU is intended as the most disaggregated level when dealing with inventory.

 

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SKU (Stock Keeping Unit) is a unique code given to each of your items. Specify and fill in each field individually. We recommend using numbers of the format "10001", "10002"... etc. but the main thing is that no numbers are repeated. One last condition is that the SKU should not exceed 40 characters.
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