Retail supply chain managers can combat inefficient returns processes by making small initial changes, modifying return and shipping policies, outsourcing reverse logistics and increasing automation, writes Gabe Grifoni, founder and CEO of Rufus Labs. He adds that such changes can help manage the surge in returns stemming from e-commerce growth during the pandemic.
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