The abandonment of traditional RTV processes helps retailers and OEMs maintain leadership and add value while taking advantage of the realities of the new retail supply chain: secondary markets, sustainability requirements and constraints, increased transportation costs and increased online shopping. As retailers and OEMs take advantage of opportunities to transform the supply chain, your return processing and the resulting reseller/supplier agreements offer the potential to move from an area of neglected frustration to a source of revenue, customer growth and significant impact on end results. If your company`s RTV products are sent back to centralized warehouses, you may have already saved logistics and instore costs, but you`ve probably also made hidden costs by doing everything beyond your core skills, which is to increase sales growth in your stores. In addition, the burden of dozens or hundreds of different supplier agreements, combined with the lack of market data on product value, can have a negative impact on the total value of the supply chain and on the company`s sustainable development efforts. We keep vendor wise, item wise, minimum quantity and maximum order, which should be valid for the creation of the order, since TOT has agreed to take the minimum quantity, in parallel we have the return agreement for all quantities. However, when creating the return system, the minimum amount of control for the return buttocks is also checked. Optimizing the multi-channel multi-channel multi-channel retail experienceA approach for secondary markets, including your own e-commerce channels, in coordination with the right reverse supply chain partner, can transform these "return costs of retail" into margin and customer growth opportunities, while redirecting employees` efforts towards developing distribution and customer experience. The retailer gains the know-how of the secondary market and first-class e-commerce services, as well as the ability to effectively optimize multichannel recovery. Once this partnership is in place, you can try together to revise existing supplier agreements using a single partner, the trust of manufacturers and distributors.