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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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"These strategies will aid customers by giving them increased visibility and understanding of what is causing their requisitions to be backordered and assist with planning maintenance efforts based on the arrival of parts," Kent said.
Inventory without Backorder with Fuzzy Total Cost and Fuzzy Storing Cost Defuzzified by Centroid and Signed Distance.
Lead time L 2 5 7 Reorder point s 179 366 516 Fixed order quantity Q 840 847 831 Performance indicators Relative error, % [P.sub.1] service level 0,0000 0,0000 0,0000 [P.sub.2] service level -0,0487 -0,0731 -0,0122 Average inventory level 0,1224 -0,2401 -0,9518 Backorders -- -- -- Ordering cost 0,0000 0,0000 0,0000 Holding cost 0,1196 -0,2379 -0,9521 Backorder cost -- -- -- Total cost 1,3313 1,6545 -0,2833 Table 2.
This paper addresses the Cell Formation Problem (CFP) which is extended by considering aspects of production planning such as inventory, backorder, and subcontracting.
Recently, Sarkar [28] discussed some concept of discount policies from vendor to buyer with variable backorder for buyer and multi-inspection for vendor by considering the fixed lifetime constrains of products.
When q < D, it is assumed that all or part of the excess demands can be backlogged and the backorder rate (i.e., the percentage of the excess demands that can be backlogged) is denoted by w (w [epsilon] [0,1]).
We consider a continuous review environment and allow for free waiting time in this paper.) after placing their order into account and formulate the inventory control problem as a "partial backordering optimal inventory control problem." Observe that quite many prior studies have explored the partial backorder issue in inventory management.
These are our most popular leather MacBook Pro cases and we have not had a backorder situation on them since 2011.
The decision rules are derived for determining whether it is more cost effective to transship urgent orders or to backorder all outstanding orders from suppliers, the size of transshipment, the favorite wholesaler to transshipand the favorite supplier to order.
While the total orders of the drugs were not delivered and there was no documentation for the backorder, the supplier was issued a check in the amount of $86,557, the report says.
Al incrementar el tamano y la frecuencia de los pedidos, se ocasiona un embotellamiento de las ordenes y comienzan pedidos a retrasarse ya que el productor puede que no tenga la suficiente capacidad para cumplir con la cantidad de productos que solicita el detallista; por este motivo se debe establecer una politica de inversion, la cual debe generar un incremento en la capacidad del productor cuando el backorder supere un porcentaje determinado de la demanda del cliente final.
Backorder rates and demand relevance have shown the important objectives of the enterprise when satisfying a set level of customer service, and many scholars have applied various methods to meet such customer service levels.