Reverse Logistics within a Supply Chain

919 WordsFeb 21, 20184 Pages
Introduction Should reverse logistics be labeled as the latest business trend? Should it be started on a company whim or in a half-measured capacity? Could focusing on reverse logistics magnify companies’ mistakes even more, or will it focus on the heart of manufacturing, distributors, wholesalers, or retailer's profitability. If we look at using a scoring method, which would focus the measured capabilities of capacity, which could emphasis the return equation, and appears to point to the right measure of resources. Any reverse logistics initiative should reduce real costs which intern satisfies the customer. If want to understand the implications of process management by implementing a successful reverse logistics system within the supply chain. We need to understand what drives inventory through the areas of distribution, production and Post-Goods-Issuance (PGI). Its success is certainly a difficult undertaking, and determining when to address the Returned Materials Acquisitions (RMA). Looking at what was just fulfilled to a customer now needs to occur in reverse order to bring that item back, should the customer return it. In addition, the relationship between customer retention and reverse logistics has become a key component within the Service Lifecycle Management (SLM) a strategy that helps a company retain its customers by coordinating even more services together to help
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