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Wrestling with returns
This month has seen Kohl’s, Amazon, Walgreens and Nordstrom take up partnerships designed to boost profits through making returns and pick-up easier. Meanwhile Asos has toughened up its returns policy, marking out a new focus on returns and reverse logistics. To get a handle on why this has become so important we take a look at how returns and collections are impacting the supply chain.
No free returns? More than half of shoppers won't buy. [RetailDive]
How to Ensure an Earn vs. a Return. [TotalRetail]
Cleaning up the waste of e-commerce returns. [GreenBiz]
Reverse Logistics Market to Reach $603.9 Bn, Globally, by 2025 at 4.6% CAGR: AMR. [Allied Market Research]
The pros & cons of online retailers updating returns policies. [Retail Gazette]
If you want to learn more about creating effective and efficient supply chains that can cope with growing demand for returns, then book your ticket to the 15th Annual 3PL & Supply Chain Summit: Europe.