The importance of reverse logistics in your supply chain network
SEPTEMBER 20, 2017
by Iman Niroomand Reverse logistics is defined as the process of moving goods beyond their typical final destination for things like re-use, capturing value, or proper disposal. In supply chain networks, materials flow from suppliers through to end customers. Supply chain executives measure the effectiveness of that flow using the on-time delivery (OTD) metric. Reverse logistics has become even more important with the arrival of the e-commerce era.