The Reverse Logistics Magazine is a monthly digital publication of the Reverse Logistics Association with a circulation of 90,000 readers worldwide. Reverse logistics is a process that crosses all industries including High-Tech, Retail, Medical, Pharmaceutical, Automotive and Aerospace, just to name a few.
The magazine provides the latest information regarding the various areas of reverse logistics including returns management, refurbishment, field service and warranty management.
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Reverse Logistics News Highlights
Damco Launches Supply Chain OrchestratorTM Programme
28 June 2016 – Damco, one of the worlds leading third party logistics providers, announced its new Supply Chain Orchestrator programme. This control tower solution enables companies to improve overall supply chain visibility, performance and optimisation.
Pricewatch Queries: A Misunderstanding Over A Boken iPhone Camera
27 June 2016 – Just under a year ago I received an iPhone 5S for my birthday [from a company called Smashteck], she writes. I was with my father the day he bought the phone and I got a guarantee. In January, the back camera in my phone stopped working.
Circular Procurement: Driving Value Through Values
27 June 2016 – Nearly every major corporation in the developed world has corporate social responsibility (CSR) goalssome ambitious and others window-dressing. With programs to blunt negative environmental and social impacts fairly requisite, many are reducing consumption or buying carbon credits.
How We Made New York City With A Pile Of E-Waste
26 June 2016 – This past week, we published Andrew Hawkins’ feature E-Waste Empire, which tracked the millions of pounds of dead electronics that New York discards each year. Both Andrew and our staff photographer Amelia Krales followed the path of e-waste recycling from Manhattan, through Staten Island, New Jersey and onto a huge recycling facility in Holliston, MA. Amelia shot reportage photos of each stage of the process and mountains of discarded TVs, computers, cell phones even an Apple II, complete with box.
Vacuum Repair Business Is Largest Of Its Kind, Owner Claims
25 June 2016 – Mark Branums decision to get into the vacuum repair business in 2002 didnt exactly send shockwaves through the business world. Or even a light ripple, for that matter.