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back order

[′bak ‚ȯrd·ər]
(industrial engineering)
An order held for future completion.
A new order placed for previously unavailable materials of an old order.
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NameJet's auction platform includes domain names on top registrars lists of expired "Pre-release" domains, a "last minute board" that allows customers to closely watch an ending auction, the ability to place backorder requests on any domain name including currently registered domain names, an easy-to-use interface, and access to expired .
Typically, leading backorder services charge significant up front fees or costs, payable whether or not a customer succeeds in acquiring a deleted name.
Pubnet is a leading publishing industry e-commerce exchange, allowing more than 3,000 distributors, bookstores and other retailers to place electronic orders (POs), and receive backorder acknowledgements (POAs), invoices, and advance shipping notices (ASNs) through standardized electronic methods.
The enhanced backorder service was developed in partnership with SnapNames, the developer of the first commercially available domain name backorder service, using SnapNames' patent-pending technology.
the pharmacist president and CEO of Wedgewood Pharmacy, said "Filling a void during circumstances such as a manufacturer backorder is why compounding pharmacies are a critical component of the healthcare system.
D2D Express is being used by several other automakers to help solve emergency backorder part challenges.
Following the Beatles' appearance on Ed Sullivan in 1964, Zildjian faced a 93,000 cymbal backorder.
And now, the Radio Shack website says that has partly caused the device to be on backorder and shipping in seven to ten days.
Dealer-to-Dealer Parts Sourcing and Automaker Backorder Fulfillment
While Terramycin([R]) Ophthalmic Ointment is on extended backorder from Pfizer Animal Health, Wedgewood Pharmacy will compound Oxytetracycline (as HCl)/Polymyxin B 0.
Strong international sales and recovery from backorder drive sales increase
Often requisitions cannot be filled from stock and must be placed on backorder.