A Complicated Question
November 19, 2014
By Toby Gooley
For some companies, a single centralized returns processing center is the right way to go. But, as is the case with any business decision, each option has its upsides and downsides. On the plus side, a central processing center offers the benefits of economies of scale, says Dr. Robert Lee Gordon, program director, reverse logistics management at American Public University. For example, having just one facility creates opportunities to consolidate returned goods from retailers into larger loads and thereby reduce freight costs.
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