Line fill rate: % of order lines that could be filled completely. Each time on an order is a request for an individual product, so an order may have multiple lines. E.g. if a customer order is received requesting 80 units of product A and 20 units of product B, the order is of 100 cases and 2 lines. If there are 75 units of product A available and all 20 of product B, the case fill would be 95% (75+20)/(80+20) and the line fill rate would be 50%.

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