Reverse logistics management programs derive a lot of value in your supply chain. These are the top 2 benefits you will realize.
Pablo Olarte's insight:
Companies get involved with Reverse Logistic programs for different reasons; because they have to, they can profit from it, or because they feel a "social" motivation to do it.
Effective RL models can help an entire business process to finally impact positively customers. However, the economic, legislative and corporate forces behind it, still narrow the perspective of companies to understand different viewpoints such as why? what? how? and who? of Reverse Logistics.
A report by IFS North America, a Milwaukee based software manufacturer, says that although companies understand the important of the green supply chain and
Pablo Olarte's insight:
Three years later and I'm sure that 80 percent of the respondents are in the same position. It is easy to understand the reasons behind the resilience of companies to adapt and apply their operations, structure and supply chains to reduce environmental impacts.
The reality is that as long as governments don't set up strong policies, specially in developing countries, to force executives to comply with clear social and environmental regulations, and the lack of knowledge of companies to understand the potential benefits and economical viability of green supply chain operations such as reverse logistics, the concept of Green Supply Chain will prevail just as a beautiful "concept" throughout the years.
This is an amazing example of how a simple platform can identify and analyse permanent sustainable-social problems of the most vulnerable resource (human), through the entire supply chain with only a mobile phone.
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