Perishability

Perishability,

Definition of Perishability:

  1. One of the four fundamental characteristics of a service, it refers to the fact that (in general) services cannot be produced and stockpiled (inventoried) before consumption: they exist only at the time of their production. See also inseparability, intangibility, and variability.

How to use Perishability in a sentence?

  1. The marketing department of a travel agency has to focus on the issue of dealing with the perishability of their services.
  2. When I buy a lot of bananas I make sure some are green because the yellow and browner ones have more perishability .
  3. The perishability of our warehouse inventory was significant so we decided to install an additional air conditioner to ensure optimal freshness.

Meaning of Perishability & Perishability Definition