accurately /ˈækjərətli/
(adv) correct and true in every detail
Example: To gauge these figures accurately, we first need to get some facts from the shipping department

carrier /ˈkæriə(r)/
(n) a company that carries goods or passengers from one place to another, especially by air
Example: Lou, our favorite carrier, takes extra care of our boxes marked 'fragile'

catalog /ˈkat(ə)lɒg/
Example: The upcoming fall catalog shows a number of items from Laos that Mr. Lau has never before been able to offer

fulfill /ful'fil/
(v) to do or achieve what was hoped for or expected
Example: Her expectations were so high, we knew they would be hard to fulfill

integral /ˈɪntɪɡrəl/
(adj) being an essential part of something
Example: A dependable stream of inventory is integral to reliable shipping of orders

inventory /ˈɪnvəntri/
(n) a written list of all the objects, furniture, etc. in a particular building
Example: The store closes one day a year so that the staff can take inventory of the stockroom

minimize /ˈmɪnɪmaɪz/
(v) to reduce something, especially something bad, to the lowest possible level
Example: The shipping staff minimized customer complaints by working overtime to deliver the packages quickly

on hand
on hand
(adj) available
Example: We had too much stock on hand, so we had a summer sale

remember /rɪˈmembə(r)/
(v) to have or keep an image in your memory of an event, a person, a place, etc. from the past
Example: I will remember the combination to the safe without writing it down

ship /ʃɪp/
(v) to send
Example: Eva shipped the package carefully, since she knew the contents were made of glass

sufficiently /səˈfɪʃntli/
(adv) enough for a particular purpose; as much as you need
Example: We are sufficiently organized to begin transferring the palettes tomorrow

supply /səˈplaɪ/
(n, v) an amount of something that is provided or available to be used
Example: By making better use of our supplies, we can avoid ordering until next month