The Control Unit (CU) is a measurement unit used to group products intended for distribution. It represents a specific quantity of a particular item that is typically ordered, shipped, and stored as a single entity.
The CU is often defined by the supplier or manufacturer based on the characteristics of the item, such as its size, weight, or packaging.
The use of the CU facilitates order processing, stock optimization, and storage space management in warehouses and retail outlets. It also simplifies logistics operations and enhances overall supply chain efficiency in the retail sector.