Reverse Logistics Is Fundamentally Logical

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Reverse Logistics IS Logical
MaxRecovery   12/17/2012 8:43:51 PM
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I completely agree that reverse logistics is logical. Not only does it make economical sense for retailer/OEM, but it increases the likelihood that value will be recovered from returned goods through recycling or resale. I know it's a business cliche, but it truly is a win-win solution for the stakeholders and the environment. I jsut recently learned that ECS Refining is a great example of a company that has turned burdensome returns into a revenue stream for a big box retailer while providing a sustainble recycling solution for equipment that could have otherwise gone to waste. Check out another Reverse Logistics story here.



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