As we begin to emerge from under the COVID-19 cloud, there is time to take a deep breath and make your last-mile delivery better. The changes in consumer purchasing habits look like they will outlast the pandemic, so if you haven’t made that pivot, it's not too late to get into the eCommerce fulfillment game.
Ann-Marie Daugherty, senior vice president and general manager of supply chain with Inmar Intelligence, explains the complexities of the returns process for items purchased online — one that requires multiple partners in an efficient “ecosystem.”
E-commerce companies are seeing bigger than ever sales and demand for fast, cheap and accurate orders. To help them manage this, retailers are increasingly turning to 3PLs and other intermediaries to join their omnichannel fulfillment strategies.
Many businesses don’t realize that up to 40% of their trash — from post-consumer plastics such as hangers and water bottles, to metals, fibers, and even food grease — can be diverted from landfill to generate income.
The latest news, analysis, services and systems regarding reverse logistics and its impact on global supply chains. Today’s companies are refurbishing and recycling more goods and managing more product returns than ever before thanks, in part, to the boom in e-commerce. New technologies for reverse fulfillment are transforming the way companies provide customer support - and allowing them to stay ahead of the competition in their industries. As these services continue to evolve, businesses are discovering new ways to increase efficiency and cut costs. Learn how companies are using reverse logistics solutions to power their supply chains.
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