Unfilled Orders

Unfilled Orders

Any obligation to provide a good or service that has not been filled. For example, a salmon distribution company that has not shipped salmon to one of its clients is said to have an unfilled order. The length of time orders go unfilled is one measure of the efficiency of a company's supply chain.
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With 5,724 unfilled orders for A320neo-family jets as of the end of July -- along with 431 unfilled orders for the A220 -- building airplanes fast enough to meet demand continues to be a much bigger challenge for Airbus than generating orders in the first place.
The Boeing website shows a backlog of unfilled orders for more than 4,500 Max jets.
Estimated revenue associated with this project will be booked into backlog of unfilled orders for KBR's Hydrocarbons Services Business Segment in the fourth Quarter of 2018.
Unfilled orders increased, inventories climbed and delivery times continued to lengthen in September.
Estimated revenue associated with this project will be booked into backlog of unfilled orders for the service providers hydrocarbons services business segment in this years third quarter.
In the Q3 2018, the estimated revenue associated with this project will be booked into backlog of unfilled orders for KBR's Hydrocarbons Services Business Segment.
Unfilled orders at manufacturers rose 0.5 percent in April, the fifth increase in the last six months.
In October, manufacturers' shipments and inventories rose, while new and unfilled orders fell.
The Oslo-headquartered carrier also has unfilled orders for 108 737 MAX 8s and 19 787-9s.
Alafco has already unfilled orders for 20 737 MAX aircraft, and was one of the first Middle East customers for the 787 Dreamliner.
Boeing currently has more than 4,000 unfilled orders across the 737 family.
According to the report, unfilled orders for manufactured durable goods in April, up twelve of the last thirteen months, increased 1.0 percent reaching USD 1,081.0 billion.