Archive for reverse logistics

Don’t Lose Your Balance on Electronic Recycling

Dismantling an electronic device can be complex and costly. Mass Balance is a methodology to determine the most economical balance between the cost of dismantling and the material recovery value. Steps for an efficient Mass Balance are: The valuable recoveries in electronic waste are usually gold in connectors and circuit boards, copper used in heat […]

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This Week in Logistics News (February 12-16, 2018)

It’s one of those Friday mornings: lots to do, not enough time. So, without delay, here’s the supply chain and logistics news that caught my attention this week: E2open Proposes to Acquire Amber Road for $10.50 per Share in Cash in a Transaction Valued at Over $300 Million Amber Road, Inc. Rejects Unsolicited Proposal from […]

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Thoughts on Amazon Dash (and Returns too)

When it comes to applying pressure to its competitors, Amazon keeps its foot on the pedal. In the past week, the company has introduced two new services with supply chain and logistics implications. First, as reported in the Wall Street Journal, Amazon is now allowing customers to use its Amazon Lockers for returns. Here’s a […]

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