Reverse logistics

UPS Infographic | How UPS Supports a Circular Economy

UPS is continuously developing solutions that help our customers reduce the impacts of their supply chains.
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A key part of the Circular Economy is the movement of materials to and from consumers. 

UPS is continuously developing solutions that help our customers reduce the impacts of their supply chains. Learn more about the solutions we’re working on with customers, city partners and other stakeholders to help minimize their carbon footprint.

UPS Infographic | A Smart & Sustainable Shipping Journey

Our customers want to ship more, with less impact.
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Our customers want to ship more, with less impact. We offer sustainable solutions to help minimize the environmental impacts associated with their supply chains.

Reverse Logistics for Retail Gain Wider Regulatory Acceptance

How Do Changes Impact Your Business?
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Reverse logistics is a process within the retail community that describes the return of unwanted, damaged, unsold, or dated retail products back to the distribution center, warehouse, supplier or manufacturer, for the purpose of redistribution, recycling, reuse, or disposal.

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