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
Soft Plastics Recycling Bins Rolled Out Across Wellington
19 October 2016 – A recycling solution for soft plastics has finally arrived in Wellington.
Maersk Charts New Course For Recycling Decommissioned Ships
19 October 2016 – Maersk Line, the worlds largest container shipping company, has unveiled plans to send more decommissioned vessels to shipping yards in Alang for recycling at competitive prices and without harming the environment.
Automotive Parts Remanufacturing Market Is Driven By The Slow Economic Growth In Regions Of Africa And Middle East, 2016 - 2024
18 October 2016 – The automotive parts remanufacturing market is inversely related to the economy as a whole. When customer spending is high, demand goes down because motorists will replace worn-out vehicles rather than extend its use through remanufactured parts. Alternatively, when customer spending is low, demand for such parts increases as these services consists of a cheaper alternative to new parts. The latter condition is expected to benefit the automotive parts remanufacturing market.
Just What We Needed Dept: A Smart Recycling Bin
18 October 2016 – Recycling is hard. You have to put the paper here and the plastic there. How can you possibly tell them apart?
Many Take Advantage Of E-Waste Collection
18 October 2016 – OLD TVs and computers are piling up as Gisborne residents take advantage of an e-waste recycling push. Gisborne District Council is subsidising e-waste recycling in October.