Item is not currently in stock. Order will be filled as soon as the stock arrives
An order to be filled when stock is renewed.
Occurs when one is out of stock, but promises to ship a backorder when the product is available.
A customer demand for which no stock is available and where the customer is prepared to wait for the item to arrive in stock
a customer order for an item which is not currently in stock, but which CCS will be receiving in the future
a customer order for an item, which is not currently in stock in our warehouse or the manufacturer's warehouse
an item that is not in stock at the time at which the order is placed
a request to acquire a currently registered domain when that domain becomes available again because it is deleted or expires
an unfilled customer order or commitment
The act of retaining a quantity to ship against an order when other order lines have already been shipped. Backorders are usually caused by stock shortages. The quantity remaining to be shipped if an initial shipment(s) has been processed. Note: In some cases backorders are not allowed, this results in a lost sale when sufficient quantities are not available to completely ship and order or order line. Also see: Balance to Ship
Order for which the merchandise is not available.
An order placed to fill a definite order from a dispenser. Also called short order, or special order
An order that is past its mandated shipping date because the product is out-of-stock.
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Backorder is a distribution term that refers to the status of items on a purchase order in the event that some or all of the inventory required to fulfill the order is out of stock. This differs from a forward order where stock is available but delivery is postponed for another reason.