Adaptive selling, integrated among multiple organizations, improves customer service, and sales personnel gain insight helpful in meeting customer needs.
Both forward and reverse logistics can be beneficial to consumers and businesses. However, businesses may experience problems with recycling partners.
The 2019 Christmas rush put added pressure on supply chains from manufacturers, transporters, retailers, and other organizations and people.
Reverse logistics has become an evolving term. Today, it also refers to one of the many stores that now accept returns for other retailers.
There are safety and distribution laws that govern the food and beverage industry. These laws typically come from a variety of organizations.
The ugly produce trend started in 2014 with a European company called Intermarché. The company sold ugly fruit, vegetables and cookies.
If we solve hunger problems with food and beverage reverse logistics, that will result in an improved environment, fewer recalls, and more recycling.
There is a growing movement against throwaway plastic straws. DC and other jurisdictions are banning plastic straws and also stirrers.
The adoption of barcodes for almost everything we purchase was a slow process. Today, the barcode is an integral part of our society.