From Eco Returns
to Sustainable Living
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Make a difference with reverse logistics and returns management
Flexible return options.
Discarding is no longer the best option
Returned goods can be sold locally as pre-owned goods
Returned goods can be re-listed as new products
Returned goods can be recycled locally
Our return solutions
Multiple options for managing returns
In the United States alone, up to 6 billion pounds of returns go into landfills each year, as in most situations, the most convenient way to deal with returned goods is to dispose of them: in a landfill. So why are they being thrown away? Because of the complicated processes involved in returns, most retailers find it difficult to gauge the profit potential that returned goods can provide, so only a few are willing to invest in reverse logistics and returns management.
However, that is not the case, as Return Helper offers a wide range of return management options, including refurbishing and relisting, pre-owned sales, donations, recycling, reuse of valuable parts, bulk returns, and more to help give returned goods a new lease of life and help brands increase their earnings opportunities and reduce the environmental burden.
Refurbish and relisting
Reuse of valuable parts
Achieving a sustainable returns management plan
Returns management towards sustainability
International sellers can repurpose returned goods
E-commerce retail industry is growing rapidly and needs to address their environmental impact
Reduce carbon footprint and fossil fuel consumption
International returns should be taken seriously so that the items are received, inspected, and disposed of in the most environmentally friendly way possible. Having a returns management is a plan to move towards sustainability. Proper handling of returned goods can help recover product value and improve operational efficiency while reducing carbon footprints and fossil fuel consumption.
Return Helper's Commitment
In recent years, consumers have become more conscious of the environmental impact of brands. According to research, 60% of consumers are willing to adjust their shopping habits in order to reduce their environmental impact, prompting many e-commerce brands to embark on a low-carbon transition, and we aims to achieve zero waste through our initiatives.
Co-founder & CEO