What is Reverse Logistics?

Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Reverse logistics is conventional logistics in the opposite direction — goods moving from the customer back to the manufacturer or distributor. There are two types of reverse logistics: consumer returns to stores and store returns to the manufacturer or distributor. Each poses unique challenges for companies that ship electronics and other dangerous goods.
Compliance doesn't end when you ship your product. Almost one in ten of U.S. retail purchases get returned, so any retailer who sells electronics has to know how to handle reverse logistics.

That means dealing with lithium batteries — and all the rules, restrictions, provisions, and exceptions that come with them.

Labelmaster can help streamline your reverse logistics processes for lithium batteries and the devices they power.