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
Sino-Global Shipping Enters Agreement With COSCO
29 December 2017 – In addition to the Agreement with COSCO Beijing, the Company has entered into a Strategic Cooperation Framework Agreement with Sinotrans Guangxi, a subsidiary of Sinotrans Limited.
Sino-Global Signs Transportation Deal With Cosco
29 December 2017 – Flushing, New York-based Sino-Global Shipping America announced on Wednesday that it has signed an Inland Transportation Agreement with a subsidiary of Chinese firm Cosco International Freight Company.
New Methods, Technology Turn Reverse Logistics Woes Into An Opportunity
18 January 2017 – With the average retailer realizing 30% of annual sales during the holidays, coupled with a 24% return rate, technology now plays an important role in minimizing these reverse supply chain costs, Retail Info Systems News reported last week.
Global Green Packaging Market To Reach US$207,543m By 2022
18 January 2017 – The global green packaging market generated revenue of US$132,556 million in 2015, and is expected to reach US$207,543 million by 2022, according to a new report.
Tulsa, Okla., Continues Its Battle With Recycling Contamination
18 January 2017 – While recycling costs remain higher than usual and recycling contamination continues to increase, some cities in the U.S. are cutting back or eliminating recycling programs in an effort to save money.