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Why Kitting & Consolidation Services are the Future of Retail

As the prevalence of online shopping increases it’s important for retailers to maximize profits with efficient and streamlined logistics processes. The events of 2020 are likely to accelerate the trajectory toward more online shopping so retailers must be prepared. Kitting and consolidation services bring unfinished components together in a single place to assemble and ship.

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4 Reverse Logistics Reports that Every CFO Needs to See

As CFO, there’s a lot you need to worry about—technological innovation, big data, an increasingly complex financial sector, and an ever-changing regulatory environment. But when it comes to your company’s finances, it often boils down to one thing: balancing the operating costs with the income you make to ensure that you can grow your bottom

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3 Ways to Improve Your Bottom Line Through Reverse Logistics

When it comes to business, few things are more important than a healthy bottom line—in fact, you might argue that nothing is more important. Unfortunately for many companies that operate in B2B or B2C retail, returns are an inevitable and potentially costly part of doing business. If you’re not managing your reverse logistics process appropriately,

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Your Current Warranty Process Isn’t Working, and Here's Why

The warranty process is usually not a business owner’s favorite part of the entire supply chain. However, for many businesses it’s not an option to remove warranties, especially those that sell or work with highly complex products and services. Warranties can show your customers that you have confidence in your products and provide reassurance when