ABREE: Improvements of electronics and home appliances reverse logistics during the pandemic

Brazilian Association for the Recycling of Electronics and Home Appliances

Vanderlei Niehues, president of ABREE

Notwithstanding the changes and challenges of 2020, we’ve had important improvements in the reverse logistics system. We’ve ended the year with 35 associates, accounting for 136 brands and we are optimistic. We believe that, in 2021, we’ll have major improvements in this area. We have seen a large surge in new admissions over the year’s last month, as on December 31, the deadline ended for complying with the federal decree on the implementation of the reverse logistics system.

This act established that manufacturers and importers partnered with managing entities or presented an individual model for complying with the role they are to perform in this system. In addition, the decree establishes that vendors and distributors worked closely in partnership with managing entities for complying with their role in this chain.

“We’ve ended the year with 35 associates, accounting for 136 brands and we are optimistic. We believe that, in 2021, we’ll have major improvements in this area.”

And here is an important message: complying with this decree is mandated by law. Thus, if you, a manufacturer or importer, have missed this deadline and is still not admitted to a managing entity, ABREE is at your disposal to work in partnership with a non-profitable entity that sets and organizes solid waste management, implementing reverse logistics collective system, and promoting large-scale economy by reducing operational and transaction costs

Source: Eletrolar News Magazine 140

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