Reverse Logistics – Excess Inventory Management

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At Rebound Electronics we understand that our customers often encounter challenges associated with excess stock. Whether it’s due to over-ordering or sales falling short of expectations, accumulation of surplus inventory can be a burden.

In the fast-paced world of the electronics industry, where development and innovation occur at a rapid pace, components can quickly become outdated. Manufacturers constantly strive to stay at the forefront of technological advancements, continuously refining and enhancing their products for improved efficiency. However, this relentless pursuit of progress means that customers can frequently find themselves left with unused stock occupying valuable warehouse space, leading to additional storage costs.

This is where we come in – Rebound can offer a low risk, high return strategy for selling your excess.

Marketing

Rebound offers targeted marketing both to internal customers and to external markets. Your stock will be listed on the top platforms to make sure it has a global outreach.

Our extensive relations with a wide array of customers allows us to find a buyer for many different types of stock including some obscure parts. This is a simple, yet effective strategy to make profit.

Stocking

Holding excess stock that is not currently in use can be costly. Rebound can offer multiple options to move stock from your inventory. From consignment to ship and credit we have a flexible solution tailored to you.

If you wish to have an item recalled and returned – No problem, Rebound will ship it back to you if there is a new project demand.

Purchasing

The quickest way for Rebound to make you money is simply purchasing stock from you. Whether it is a single line item or complete lots.

We ask for you to send us your excess stock list to assess, we will then give you a bid and if a sale is agreed Rebound will make all the arrangements for collection, customs and shipping.

BESPOKE SOLUTIONS

Rebound are not a “one sizes fits all”, we offer bespoke solutions. More than just Excess

SUSTAINABILITY

Reverse logistics are helping to give components a second life, for parts without commercial value we always look to recycle them and ensure they do not end up in landfill. From an environmental perspective it is wholly positive.

Rebound work to recycle as much as we can.

How Rebound recycle electrical items (WEEE);

The primary phase for WEEE items is to shred them, leaving us with fragments or various materials such as metals, plastics and PCBs. The fragments are then put through a mechanical sorting process which segregates them. Once segregated the individual materials are then sent for recycling which would include smelting to recycle for re-use.

What makes Rebound different?

  • Rebound is a global sales organisation, meaning we have the ability to connect excess to requirements.
  • 37 offices in 26 countries
  • Bespoke software systems – Global Trader

Please get in touch with us so we can discuss the benefits of choosing Rebound and the multitude of things that makes us different to the rest!

Consider the following

  • Are you currently incurring expenses due to excess stock storage?
  •  Is your warehouse space occupied by unnecessary surplus stock?
  • Is your excess inventory being effectively marketed?
    • Do you lack a reliable partner to manage your excess stock and save you time?
    • Have you considered the environmental consequences of disposing of excess parts as waste?

If any of the above resonate with you, reach out to our Reverse Logistics team. We are here to provide solutions and assist you in resolving these challenges.

How do I contact the Reverse Logistics team?

You can either fill out the enquiry form below, email us on reverselogistics@reboundeu.com, or call us on +44 (0) 1635 744508

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Reverse Logistics FAQs

Reverse logistics refers to the process of moving goods from their final destination back to the manufacturer or a similar location for return, repair, recycling, or disposal. It’s essential for businesses as it helps manage excess stock, reduce storage costs, and ensure sustainability by recycling or reusing components.

Rebound Electronics is a global sales organisation with 37 offices in 26     countries, offering bespoke solutions tailored to individual client needs. Our unique software systems, like Global Trader, and our commitment to sustainability set us apart from other reverse logistics companies.

Rebound provides a low-risk, high-return strategy for selling excess stock. We offer targeted marketing to both internal and external markets, ensuring global outreach for your stock. Additionally, we provide multiple options to move stock from your inventory, ranging from consignment to ship and credit.

Rebound Electronics offers a comprehensive reverse logistics process where returned products are assessed for resale, recycling, or disposal. We ensure that components get a second life wherever possible, and for parts without commercial value, we prioritise recycling to prevent landfill disposal.

Sustainability is at the core of our reverse logistics services. We strive to give components a second life and always look for recycling opportunities for parts without commercial value. Our recycling process involves shredding WEEE items, mechanically sorting the fragments, and then recycling the individual materials for reuse.

Businesses can free up valuable warehouse space, reduce storage costs, effectively market their excess inventory, and ensure a sustainable approach to managing returned goods. Additionally, partnering with Rebound Electronics provides access to a global network and bespoke solutions tailored to specific needs.

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