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ecom reverse logistics
Transcript of ecom reverse logistics
2. Service Level Increase
3. Profit Generating Remanufacturing ECOM6008-2010-2
Supply chain and e-logistics management
Mr Ngan Man Chun Albert
Mr Gong Ning
Ms Liu Qunyi
Mr Leung Yik Shing Adrian
Mr Hui Ka Hing
Mr Tse Brian Kay-fung
Mr Zhong Shan Recycling Transport - 27% The aluminum can is the most valuable container to recycle.
Takes four pounds of bauxite ore to produce one pound of aluminum.
Energy Cost Savings.
Low process cost. Building and Construction - 24% Packaging - 13% Engineering and Cables - 21% Other - 15% Aluminum product life cycle Aluminum recycle rate The first aluminum can recycling center opened in 1904 in Chicago.
Efficient process - Everything done within one to two months.
The aluminum can is 100 percent recyclable and can be recycled indefinitely.
etc... Recycle old aluminum into new
takes 95% less energy! When you send a can to recycle,
and back on the shelf again in...
ONLY ONE MONTH! 75% of all aluminum produced since 1888 is still in use today! Some facts Aluminum packaging recycle rate Recycle process Intro Reverse logistics may be defined as a process of moving goods from their place of use, back to their place of manufacture for re-processing, re-filling, Repairs or recycling / waste disposal. “Process of planning, implementing and controlling the efficient, cost-effective flow of raw materials, in-process inventory, finished goods and related information from the point of consumption to the point of origin for the purpose of recapturing value or proper disposal” By Definition Source : Rogers and Tibben-Lembke "The real value of reverse logistics is turning trash into cash," says Curtis Greve, a Genco senior vice-president.” Cost of Raw Materials
in the last 10 years Reverse logistics may be defined as a process of moving goods from their place of use, back to their place of manufacture for re-processing, re-filling, Repairs or recycling / waste disposal. everse logistics may be defined as a process of moving goods from their place of use, back to their place of manufacture for re-processing, re-filling, Repairs or recycling / waste disposal. Source : Rogers and Tibben-Lembke Strategic use of Reverse Logistics 2. Re-engineering the existing process Re-inventing additional processes Reverse logsitics, how? Now, we have two approaches... Approach 1 Approach 2: Re-engineering existing processes Approach 1: Re-inventing new processes Approach 2 1. Recapture values
2. Expand new markets Recycle materials