Reverse logistics (asset recovery and relocation) vital for U.S. competitiveness. Special Service offers comprehensive solutions. Contact us for more.
Asset recovery and relocation, often referred to as reverse logistics, account for around 1% of the U.S. gross national product and are essential for maintaining competitiveness across many industry sectors. For many companies, this process is a recognized source of additional revenue, enabling automatic replenishment, faster time-to-market, enhanced customer service, and the ability to meet surges in product demands from different regions. Additionally, reverse logistics programs are initiated for repairs, refurbishment, remarketing, and the final disposition of products.
Starting from the initial corporate decision to the 3PL’s creation of asset recovery and relocation plans, down to the packaging, transportation consolidation/storage, and eventual shipping of products by local service providers, this is a dynamic and evolving process. Special Service has been an integral part of this time-critical value chain for many years, regularly assisting in relocating distribution centers, refurbishment programs for technology-heavy institutions like banks or power companies, movement of manufacturing facilities, and the return for replacement or resale of white goods.
We understand that these assets and moves are high-value and time-critical, often requiring multiple pickups during non-standard hours, at night, and over weekends. We acknowledge that once relocation starts, shuttles often run 12 to 24 hours a day.
Being a comprehensive white-glove local provider ensures timeliness, cost savings, and earned customer satisfaction. Feel free to contact Special Service to discuss your needs.