By  on December 18, 2018

Life is like a box of Amazon returns, no one ever really knows what they’re going to get. Technically, the manifest, or product list, of a retailer’s liquidation haul will disclose every individual product category and, if fortunate, a brand name. But nevertheless, much mystery remains about returns processing, pricing and “re-commerce” channels.

In today’s lightning-quick e-commerce environment, retailers need agility in returns processing, and increasingly so if they peddle fast fashion. And if the returns cannot be restocked on the selling floor in pace with current trends, well — it might just be purchased again by some other, highly suspecting consumer.

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