Reverse logistics for Tata
India – Tata Group's logistics arm will be placing a focus on reverse logistics in a bid to maximise its supply chain services.
By doing so, DIESL is aiming to minimise the absolute cost for reverse logistics.
The company has been devising reverse logistics solutions to complement its supply chain services which the group has been offering to a significant group of customers, according to CEO of DIESL Ajay Chopra in Business Standard.
Engaging in reverse logistics also enhances DIESL's "environmental initiatives" while it continues with its business operations, he added.
DIESL has more than 176 warehouses which links 7,000 towns across India. Their clients include telecom industries, retail industries as well as IT peripherals.
The organisation is one of the four major companies in the domestic market and it aims to be the market leader in India's $90 billion domestic supply chain industry by 2015.
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