Stock Classification of Products

Class 1 parts
These parts are in high demand and are widely used throughout the world. Kingfisher holds significant stocks and makes resources available to respond quickly. All materiel, machinery, steel, wire and balls are readily available to increase output if required.

Class 2 parts
Significant sales occasional volume demand and regularly sold so usually held in stock. All materiel, machinery, steel, wire and balls are readily available to increase output if required.

Class 3 parts
Sporadic sales may be manufactured against forward schedules. Less common types of thread stocks may be available however lead-time would often be required of 2-4 working weeks. All materiel, machinery, steel, wire and balls are readily available to increase output if required.

Class 4 parts
Low demand and made to order items. Some stocks may be available if production has over-run. All materiel, machinery, steel, wire and balls are usually available to increase output if required but exotic material if required may need to be purchased. Deliveries can vary depending on factors such as purchase items, the complexity of the part and the quantities required.