Obtaining Competitiveness Through Reverse Logistics: A Case Study in a Wood Industry
AbstractThe reverse logistics make possible the return of residues to productive and/or business cycle. The present study has as objective to analyse the practices of a wood industry regarding to the residues and the ecological, lawful, and economic returns, obtained with the application of the reverse logistics concepts in the business environment. The technical procedure adopted was the case study. The data collection was made through the direct observation and interviews with the people in charge of the production and logistics sectors. The main results found were: the residues generated returns to the productive cycle obeying the environmental legislation, transforming itself in raw material again. The lawful revaluing of wood residues obtain competitiveness to company, because solve the residues destination problem providing the return for productive and business cycle, thus aggregating economic, lawful and ecological value to the wood residues.
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Guarnieri, P., Dutra, D. de J. S., Pagani, R. N., Hatakeyama, K., & Pilatti, L. A. (2006). Obtaining Competitiveness Through Reverse Logistics: A Case Study in a Wood Industry. Journal of Technology Management & Innovation, 1(4), 121-130. Retrieved from https://www.jotmi.org/index.php/GT/article/view/cas2
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