Negotiate contracts with logistics suppliers supporting fast growing demand, agreements to enable distribution channels and warehousing to support fast pace changing environment while optimizing logistics cost.

More Uses of the Reverse Logistics Toolkit:

  • Support dof (direct order fulfillment) and aftermarket service Reverse Logistics projects scoping, design, modeling, implementation.
  • Ensure you standard accountability and dependability; adaptability; communication; ethics and integrity; initiative/innovation; interpersonal skills; motivation; organization sensitivity; safety focus; and teamwork.
  • Methodize: work cross functionally to help establish, develop, and drive consumer focused quality systems.
  • Arrange that your organization builds solid relationships with peers across your organization to drive collaboration and facilitate agreement among stakeholders with different interests.
  • Ensure your organization partners with key internal and external partners to innovate operational excellence and sustainability initiatives.
  • Evaluate: partner with vendor for capacity planning to ensure that the needs of your consumers and the business are met at all times.
  • Collaborate cross functionally with stakeholders across customer support, sales, marketing and accounting.
  • Manage work with supplier quality engineers and Reverse Logistics groups to refine and improve corporate quality and reliability metrics.
  • Evaluate: properly prepare, stage, and document product for Reverse Logistics in order to keep inventory fresh and warehouse space open for new products to be introduced.
  • Confirm your organization coordinates with a cross functional team consisting of operations, legal, technology, business development, procurement, merchandising, analytics, and inventory management.
  • Coordinate, purchasing, warehousing, distribution services to limit costs and improve accuracy, customer service, or safety.
  • Confer with purchasing to forecast demand or create supply plans that ensure availability of materials or products.
  • Establish that your organization develops reporting metrics and presents data with a clear point of view so that insights can be used to help drive recovery and Reverse Logistics business strategy.
  • Be accountable for partnering with the on site Operations team and Return Centers to ensure accurate and consistent execution of physical returns.
  • Be accountable for collaborating with tech teams to develop systematic solutions to support your customers and growing business.
  • Establish customer order/status workflow with Customer Support and serve as the escalation point.
  • Collaborate with key business stakeholders to understand business requirements and vendor performance.
  • Guide: work together with Reverse Logistics by providing analysis related to inventory excess and obsolescence.
  • Audit: design, implement, or oversee product take back or Reverse Logistics programs to ensure products are recycled, reused, or responsibly disposed.
  • Drive supplier performance improvement through objective measurement and analysis of production line yields, quality audits, reliability testing, and field returns.
  • Make sure that your organization analyzes container shortages and utilization of alternative packaging to determine root cause of shortage and responsibility.
  • Drive improvement in inventory availability, increasing inventory efficiency and ensuring that your organization makes efficient supply chain decisions.
  • Manage activities related to material requirements planning, controlling inventory, warehousing, or receiving.
  • Lead competency evaluating operational performance, formulating actionable tactics and strategies, developing business cases for change, and managing change in a supply chain context.


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