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Blackstripe marshalls returns

12 December 2012

In-night parts distribution player ByBox has introduced Blackstripe to provide a method of returning spare parts from field service engineers. ByBox has more than 18,000 boxes at 1,350 UK locations together with over

In-night parts distribution player ByBox has introduced Blackstripe to provide a method of returning spare parts from field service engineers.

ByBox has more than 18,000 boxes at 1,350 UK locations together with over 150 manned handover sites and 35 forward stock locations and tracks the whereabouts of each part, from warehouse to delivery, collection to returns through its software platform Thinventory.

The same technology is now being used to make it easier for field service engineers to return spare or broken parts either to a warehouse.

A Blackstripe label applied to the package dynamically routes it back to the originator, creating a faster return loop and ensuring it arrives at the correct final destination, with total traceability at all stages.
 
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