As discussed in past articles, Reverse Logistics can save any company more money, and proves a more satisfied product and costumer. Simply defined, Reverse Logistics is “the management of all the activities involved in the flow of goods, demand information and money in the opposite direction of the primary logistics flow, a reduction in the generation of waste, and the management of the collection, transport, disposal, and recycling of hazardous as well as non-hazardous waste in a way that maximizes the long term profitability of the business.” The simply titled “Reverse Logistics” article discussed in this blog is set up so well that anyone could understand it. Rather than discussing advantages, disadvantages, how to create a better reverse logistics plan, etc.; this article is simply made to strictly inform us of the aspects, definition and process of reverse logistics. This article is set up in a bullet by bullet format, making it easy to read and organize your thoughts. The article discusses the types of reverse logistics, the aspects of it, such as packaging, the plan to back ship, and reverse logistics in the Humanitarian Sector. Read the article here to more fully understand the key fundamentals behind reverse logistics.