5 Potential Pitfalls in International Reverse Logistics

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Re: International Logistics
anandvy   7/22/2013 8:24:36 AM

If you are not shipping something illegal, you won't be tried in a court. Market heads are shielded from courts because of the interest of the government in the profits of the company. Moreover, as long as businesses run with information, they won't be facing setbacks. In plain words, if something you are shipping into a market, whether legally or illegally, actually benefits the market, then the local
government supports the company and gets things done smoothly.

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Re : 5 Potential Pitfalls in International Reverse Logistics
tirlapur   7/20/2013 6:28:28 AM

When it comes to cross country market transactions, one needs to be able to face bottlenecks. As said, damaged goods are transported illegally, more so where security and man power is not easily available. For this the company has to bear additional funds-giving to make sure their products reach the desired market safely. Moreover, the products must be tuned to perfection.

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It can come to minor details
t.alex   7/14/2013 7:43:11 PM

We once planned to request for the shipment from the factory on specific dates. However we could not make it as the factory was shut down for a long holiday period. So remember to check out the country holidays :-)

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International Logistics
elctrnx_lyf   7/14/2013 9:58:07 AM

The logistics is a very critical part of any OEM to make sure all the product shipments are as per the local country regulations. These ragulations are very important because if the companies fail to adhere, the company executives can be trailed for crime also.

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