About Reverse Logistics Professional

Reverse Logistics in an emerging area of the supply chain. Most companies that need to handle product returns have significant challenges to manage them successfully.

Reverse Logistics Professional provides reports, articles, tips, case studies and reverse logistics white papers of business issues and strategies for managing product returns operations. Written for an audience of senior level industry executives, supply chain managers and reverse logistics professionals, Reverse Logistics Professional tracks new tactics, strategies, processes and methods from best-practice reverse logistics teams to help you manage your product returns challenges.

In our reports you will find articles about Reverse Logistics Management in the operations areas such as: policy, customer service, receiving, shipping, crediting, inspecting, testing, refurbishing, reselling and managing inventory.

About Us

Reverse Logistics Professional.com is a partnership between Paul Rupnow and the Reverse Logistics Association.

Paul Rupnow

Editor and Publisher, Paul Rupnow (email: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ) has been immersed in helping companies manage product returns since 2000. As the Director of Reverse Logistics Solutions at Andlor Logistics Systems, Paul Rupnow works daily with customers to solve product returns and reverse logistics problems. Paul is the lead business architect of Andlor's BacTracs Reverse Logistics Management System. Paul draws on business process skills learned in his 19 years of business that include working with numerous manufacturers and as a Chartered Accountant (same as a CPA in the USA) with one of the Big Four Accounting firms.

The Reverse Logistics Association

The Reverse Logistics Association is a trade association focused on third party service providers (3PSPs) to whom OEMs, ODMs, Branded and Retail companies outsource. The Reverse Logistics Association (RLA) monitors thousands of 3PSPs worldwide who are providing Aftermarket Supply Chain services, while supporting the outsourcing needs of OEM, ODM, Branded and Retail companies.

Today the Reverse Logistics Association supports the following industries: WiFi, IT, Retail, Telecom, Medical, Computer, Consumer, Automotive & Pharmaceutical.

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The Reverse Logistics Association
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