To combat growing returns waste, we’ve identified five strategies retailers can implement to prevent returns and make them more sustainable.
Time spent in quarantine lends an opportunity to tackle Spring home improvement projects. Consumers may curb spending due to economic risks from COVID-19, but they will undoubtedly shop more online this year.
Supply chain costs continue to rise, as do return rates for retailers. As consumer behavior shifts and ecommerce surpasses brick-and-mortar sales, businesses need to define a supply chain and returns management strategy for success.
If your company, retail and/or eCommerce, isn’t embracing an innovative solution for managing returns, don’t wait another minute. And, if your solution isn’t yielding the highest recovery of net costs on returns, you need a better solution.