GlobalPSC Corporate Member – Infoactiv
Posted by GlobalPSC on Member Profiles at 3:57 pm, April 16th, 2013Comments22
Environmentally oriented products and services are now key elements in achieving a sustainable future.
Community expectations, consumer trends and government regulations are creating new environmental challenges for producers, distributors and retailers of everyday products. This includes the need to minimise impacts across the entire product life cycle while also ensuring positive social and economic outcomes.
Infoactiv understands the policy and practice of Product Stewardship and how this can help optimise supply chain management activities in a business context. Sustainable Product Stewardship models necessarily require end-to-end solutions. Most importantly this expertise delivers outcomes that add value through reverse logistics and product recovery.
Established in Australia in 1999 by Helen Jarman, Entrepreneur and Telstra Businesswoman of the Year recipient, Infoactiv is a privately owned Australian company recognised as one of Asia Pacific’s leading and trusted independent providers of managed supply chain services and product recovery programs.
Infoactiv works with a diverse range of customers on projects including Australia’s MobileMuster program, and asset management and recovery solutions at IBM, Lenovo and CSC. Reuse and recycling services are also core activities for several other global brands, OEMs and associations.
Infoactiv solutions cut across jurisdictions, regions, industries, product categories and waste streams. The focus is on adding value, efficiency, effectiveness, innovation and environmentally improved outcomes. This is the space in which Infoactiv operates and thrives.
The video below highlights Infoactiv’s emphasis on collaboration for service delivery, and features other GlobalPSC members MobileMuster and City of Sydney.
For more information visit www.infoactiv.com.au.
Infoactiv’s Chief Sustainability Officer, John Gertsakis, serves on the GlobalPSC Advisory Group.
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