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.
Reverse Logistics News Highlights
Apple Hires Ex-Fiat Chrysler Exec For Operations Role, Fueling Car Rumors
21 July 2015 – A new hire at Apple has the WSJ pointing at the unannounced vehicle project. Apple has reportedly hired Doug Betts, who most recently served as a Senior Vice President of Global Quality for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. Betts has a garage full of previous work experience in the auto industry, including stints at Fiat Chrysler, Nissan and Toyota.
Research And Markets: Pharmaceutical Logistics Market In The APAC 2015-2019 - What Are The Market Opportunities And Threats Faced By The Key Vendors?
21 July 2015 – The analysts forecast the pharmaceutical logistics market in the APAC to grow at a CAGR of 10.45% over the period 2014-2019.
HP Announces Renewable Energy Agreement With SunEdison To Support Clean Data Centers In Texas
21 July 2015 – As part of ongoing efforts to lower the carbon footprint of its business, HP (NYSE: HPQ) today announced that it has signed a 12-year power purchase agreement (PPA) for 112 megawatts (MW) of wind power with SunEdison, Inc. (NYSE: SUNE), the world’s largest renewable energy development company.
Microsoft Acquires FieldOne, Adds To Services In The Field Play
20 July 2015 – Microsoft has reached an agreement to acquire FieldOne Systems, a provider of field service management solutions that allow organizations to better manage and deliver service to their customers in the field.
Ingram Micro Continues To Broaden Mobility Services Expertise With Acquisition Of CANAI Group And Clarity Technology
20 July 2015 – Ingram Micro (NYSE: IM) has further expanded its expertise and ability to address the complete lifecycle services of mobility devices through the acquisitions of U.K.-based CANAI Group and Portugal-based Clarity Technology. Established in 2001, CANAI specializes in retail, carrier and web-based trade-in processes, sustainable recovery, reuse and recycling of electronic products.