When you imagine plates in a restaurant on which the meals are served and which return back for washing and re-using, you are not far from reverse logistics..
Even though it might seem so, the core of reverse logistics doesn’t lie in reducing the costs of new materials. It is also part of respecting the environment. The same way as you don’t throw away a plate if it is not broken, it might be cost-efficient for you to re-use your packaging material and other items that went through the consumption process. We can calculate whether a one-way packaging pays off more than a return one. In many fields it is precisely like that - while you might think that you are sparing nature thanks to recycling, in reality you might be wasting energy because of unnecessary transport and storage of empty packaging.
- Better for the environment thanks to higher efficiency
- Decresing the unnecessary expenses of packaging materials
Solutions and services
- Efficient inventory management — Planning Wizard
- Logistics strategy and supply chain management
- Dynamic production simulation
- Distribution strategy
- Process optimization and QPR
- Logistics and warehousing optimization
- Production optimization
- Maintenance and spare parts inventory management
- Reverse logistics
- Logistic support in project planning