Optimize Your Reverse Logistics Supply Chain

Lack of a formalized asset recovery solution or the utilization of an inferior one will ensure poor recovery rates, excessive carrying costs, unnecessary discounting and impacting price pressure on A-stock channels.

Segue analyzes your specific needs and objectives to create comprehensive end-to-end supply chain solutions, customized to your business, ensuring maximum asset recoveries free from channel disruption. Segue’s turn-key reverse logistics solutions integrate, Supply Chain along with Finance, Sales, Marketing and Operations to reduce financial risk and increase OEM ROI. Our proprietary SRLS (Segue Reverse Logistics Solutions) model – developed over three decades of industry experience, serves as the foundation of our approach.  To ensure ongoing continuity and success, Segue is consistently analyzing, integrating and executing in accordance with the ever-changing landscape that is today’s complex electronics industry.  From Return Center Services to Inventory Processing to Remarketing, Segue’s end-to-end solutions maximize product value, protect your brand and save your organization significant time and resources.

Segue’s comprehensive solutions include:

  • Maximized Asset Recovery
  • Sales and Distributor Channel Stability
  • Comprehensive Returns Management Systems
  • Inventory Processing, Refurbishment, Re-utilization
  • Analytics and the Reporting necessary to make vital business decisions
  • Global facilities to support a comprehensive world-wide solution


While Segue can support the critical areas of your reverse logistics supply chain, your organization may only require that a specific part of it should be managed by a third party.   Segue can execute as either the Returns Center, Inventory Processor, Remarketer or any combination of the three, until such time as a more comprehensive solution is required.  As your organization seeks to divest itself additionally of other operations, the partnership will have already been established and therefore, the transitioning of additional services will be more effectively and efficiently managed.