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Evaluating Lean Performance for Reverse Logistics

Reverse Logistics is a money-burning business. A weak reverse logistics process brings the worst to the company. In recent years, many businesses have started to venture into this field when they realized its potential of helping them achieve business sustainability. Indeed, a good reverse logistics design can have cost-saving, sales-increasing, and gain a competitive advantage.

The design of the optimized reverse supply chain model is crucial in helping enterprises save cost and gain benefits from their supply chain. Therefore, the benefits that a business will reap from practicing a good reverse logistics system will outweigh what they have paid for in the long run.

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Winnie Teh Cheng Hoon, DLSM
Winnie Teh Cheng Hoon has substantive years of experience in the field of business analysis, especially in the specialised areas of logistics and supply chain. She holds a Bachelor degree with Honours from University Utara Malaysia, and is a member of the Singapore Institute of Purchasing and Materials Management (SIPMM). Winnie completed the Diploma in Logistics and Supply Management (DLSM) on December 2020 at SIPMM Institute.

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