UPS and Jabil collaborate to provide reverse logistics solutions
Feb 22, 2013 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) --
UPS, a package delivery company, has formed a strategic collaboration with Jabil Circuit, Inc. UPS's logistics and distribution business unit and Jabil Aftermarket Services will provide optimized reverse logistics solutions for return and repair programs to high-tech original equipment manufacturers, service providers and enterprises on a global scale.
By combining UPS's warehousing, transportation, returns management and trade compliance capabilities with Jabil's reverse logistics planning, repair and call center support, the UPS/Jabil collaboration provides a turn-key supply chain model that is expected to drive efficiencies, reduce vendor complexity and enhance customer service.
The collaboration, supported by Jabil's and UPS's integrated systems and capabilities, reportedly provides flexible service models that accommodate customer return and repair demands that includes providing high-tech companies with access to strategically-located repair and distribution facilities near their customer base.
Specifically, the joint UPS/Jabil reverse logistics portfolio includes: order fulfillment, next and same day transportation, returns processing, whole unit and component repair, assembly, procurement and vendor management, planning and inventory funding, call center and tech support, trade compliance and the use of The UPS Store locations for product pick-up or drop-off.
"Jabil is excited to collaborate with UPS," said Hartmut Liebel, CEO, Jabil Aftermarket Services. "By leveraging Jabil's and UPS's complementary aftermarket services and logistics expertise, customers now have access to a comprehensive suite of services from one source that meets all of their unique reverse logistics needs."
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