On April 10th, Bertrand CHABRIER, Development Director of C-LOG will be present at the Retail Chain exhibition in Paris to animate a conference about Reverse Logistics.
Here is the guideline : “The control and management of stocks have become major issues for brands. Inventories accumulate and are increasingly difficult to sell in retail and Web outlets. In this context, the supply chain has an important role to play. Speed of execution, fluidity and traceability must allow brands to act on their overstocks in stores and warehouses. This involves management tools, support for the disposal of unsold products via solid partnerships, but also a perfect mastery of Reverse Logistics. ”
Bertrand CHABRIER will therefore develop the opportunities and stakes of this activity and the importance of an adapted supply chain so that the flow of stocks and warehouse returns become a major mastered axis of your strategy.
This is the unmissable event for supply chain experts and top decision-makers. The future of logistics and transport is discussed in the form of conferences and roundtable workshops. If you have a logistics and transport outsourcing project, you can also meet one-to-one logistics providers.
Join us at the Esplanade Charles de Gaulle Retail Chain event on April 10, 2019 to talk about your project and unveil our supply chain solutions.
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