Reverse Logistics

Every year, millions of products are returned. Partner with a logistics company that understands the essentials of the circular economy.

Reverse logistics refers to the process of managing the return, repair, refurbishment, resell, reuse, recycle, and disposal of products and materials.
Unlike traditional linear supply chains where products move from production to consumption and then to disposal, reverse logistics focuses on recovering value from used or end-of-life products. The circular economy aims to minimize waste and maximize the use of resources by closing the loop of product lifecycles.

Reverse logistics plays a crucial role in this by facilitating the return and recovery of products, components, or materials, allowing them to be reintegrated into the 
production cycle. This helps reduce the overall environmental impact of products and promotes a more sustainable and resource-efficient approach to consumption and production.


Starting the process and arranging:

Starting the process and arranging:

Provide customer support for the handling and arranging of the return process locally and internationally.


Collaborate with a local “name” service provider providing repair and refurbishment services.

Reverse Logistics and Reselling:

As your logistics partner, we provide diverse channels for the secondary market,
including B2C, B2B, brick-and-mortar, and e-commerce outlets. Refurbished
goods are resold by primary vendors, and the secondary channel manages product
support and warranty for these items. Intermediaries, such as liquidators, play a vital role in these processes, contributing to the principles of the circular


As your logistics partner, we can collaborate with a local service provider to
efficiently manage end-of-life assets. These assets can be harvested or repurposed, with the potential for significant salvage value. Some products, such as cell phones, have a dedicated returned-goods market, while others can be
upcycled for creative reuse.


The industry objective is to eradicate landfills, with certain manufacturers asserting that landfill usage accounts for as little as 1% of product weight. Recycling typically involves shredding or other processes to ensure destruction and/or generate raw materials. As your logistics partner, we will outsource the solution to a trusted partner.