Advantages Of Reverse Logistics

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In recent years, the rapid development of e-commerce has created a vast market of online business; in which modern logistics have a huge space for development and improvement. E-commerce transactions cannot provide buyers with a real experience the object, as the buyer can only get to see commodities in form of pictures that often differ by a certain degree from the real product. So in recent years, the returned volume of e-commerce has increased sharply. In a country like India where the concept of E-commerce is itself very young, sometimes the lack of good return channels becomes the main reason for the customers to give up on-line transactions. Many well-known foreign companies take reverse logistics strategy as an important tool to reduce costs, increase customer…show more content…
In recent years, although many companies set up special recycling departments and reverse logistics recycling system, but in India we can clearly see that many E-commerce portals such as Myntra, Jabong, Shopclues, Naaptol etc still excluded the reverse logistics from the activities of business strategy and do not have a proper framework to tackle it. The higher complexity system In the reverse logistics system, there is a high degree of uncertainty on the time and quantity in recovery process of the consumer or end-market, at the same time the Internal logistics of reverse logistics system reflect each other, this leading to reverse logistics system is lack of effective control, and thereby the complexity of the system is increasing. In addition, enterprises can’t predict how many products will recovery and cannot predict the condition of recovery, coupled with the high costs of delaying, so it is difficult for us to use many already existing e-commerce applications, forecast technology and mathematical model in supply
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