A cost acquired by a business in case it cannot fill an order and is needed to completed later on. A backorder cost may be discrete, like the cost to replace a particular piece of inventory, or intangible, like the impacts of unsatisfactory customer service. Backorder costs are commonly displayed and computed on a per-unit basis.
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