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
National Parts Depot Partners With ZoomSystems
20 May 2015 – ZoomSystems announced National Parts Depot (NPD) will be their East Coast Storage, Staging and Depot Repair Center effective immediately. ZoomSystems provides point-of-sale solutions for brands and retailersgiving consumers an enhanced, convenient and satisfying shopping experience.
Nut Products Remain Prime Target For Food-Safety Recalls
19 May 2015 – Products made with nuts remain the biggest cause of food-related recalls even though a spate of outbreaks of the infectious bacteria listeria grabbed headlines in the food supply-chain industry over the past month.
Third World: Dumping Ground For E-Waste
18 May 2015 – The UNs top environmental watchdog has warned about a growing tide of electronic waste that threatens to poison people and the environment worldwide.
Life Cycle Analysis Doesn't Budge Outcome Of The Great Dishwasher Debate
18 May 2015 – After reading Why dishwashers are greener than washing by hand, a number of commenters complained that it didn’t take into account the cost of the materials and manufacturing and shipping and fuel on both sides (building and trashing/recycling/whatever happens to it when its trash). The commenters make a very good point. Thats whats known as a life-cycle assessment (LCA), and it is an important issue that’s often overlooked.
Say Goodbye To The Hardware Repair Shop
18 May 2015 – It all started with I can fix that. It was 1991 and the University of Oregon didnt have a hardware repair shop. But soon after he started saying that, Rob Jaques would come in to the UO Computing Center and find computers all the way down the hall of McKenzie with notes saying whose they were and what was wrong.