Purchase N Profit Table

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SL STYLE ITEM LADIES TS SLIM CUT 1 1 LADIES TS 2 LADIES TS 3 LADIES TS 4 LADIES TS

CTN # 1 2 3 4

BRAND TERRANOVA TERRANOVA TERRANOVA TERRANOVA

PURCHASE AND PROFIT SIZE COLOR QTY M L S,M,XL 11 160 160 160 150

PICTURE

BUY U/P 115.00 115.00 115.00 115.00

TOTAL 18400.00 18400.00 18400.00 17250.00

5 6 7 8

2

LADIES TS LADIES TS LADIES TS LADIES TS

5 6 7 8

TERRANOVA TERRANOVA TERRANOVA TERRANOVA

M L XL S-142, M-25

5

150 140 65 167

115.00 115.00 115.00 115.00

17250.00 16100.00 7475.00 19205.00

9 10

3

LADIES TS LADIES TS

9 10

TERRANOVA TERRANOVA

M
S-21, L-74, XL-37

9

112 132

115.00 115.00

12880.00 15180.00

11

4

LADIES TS

11

TERRANOVA+MIXEDS-XL

1

110

115.00

12650.00

ITEM LADIES TS REGULAR CUT 12 13 14 15 5 LADIES TS LADIES TS LADIES TS LADIES TS 12 13 14 15 BM CASUAL BM CASUAL BM CASUAL BM CASUAL S-XL S-XL S-XL S-XL 2 80 82 80 80 80.00 80.00 80.00 80.00 6400.00 6560.00 6400.00 6400.00

ITEM LADIES TS SLIM CUT 16 6 LADIES TS 17 LADIES TS 18 LADIES TS 19 LADIES TS 20 LADIES TS

16 17 18 19 20

S-XL S-XL S-XL S-XL S-XL

5

102 100 100 100 100

70.00 70.00 70.00 70.00 70.00

7140.00 7000.00 7000.00 7000.00 7000.00

21

7

LADIES TS

21

TERRANOVA

XS-L

2

100

112.00

11200.00

22

8

LADIES TS

22

TERRANOVA

S-XL

2

96

112.00

10752.00

ITEM GIRLS TS 23 9, 10, 11, 12 Girls TS

23

DISNEY

1 TO 5

156

90.00

14040.00

24

13

Girls TS

24

DISNEY

1 TO 5

2

136

90.00

12240.00

25 26

14

Girls TS Girls TS

25 26

BARBIE BARBIE

7-8 =88, 6-7=48
2-3=49, 3-4=44 4-5=40, 5-6=32

1

136 165

90.00 90.00

12240.00 14850.00

ITEM MEN'S TS REGULAR CUT

27 28 29 30

15

MEN'S TS MEN'S TS MEN'S TS MEN'S TS

27 28 29 30A

AVIREX AVIREX AVIREX AVIREX

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