Exel, Energizer streamline reverse logistics

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Exel announced that it will begin providing reverse logistics services throughout the United States for Energizer Holdings Corp.’s personal care division. Exel will maximize efficiency by managing reverse logistics at existing regional distribution centers in Pennsylvania, Georgia and California – the same locations where Exel already manages other Energizer products, including the company’s line of household products as well as its Schick and Playtex brands.

Exel says it designed a reverse logistics solution to support Energizer’s goals to improve processing time, product visibility and product recovery. The new contract is expected to create about 250 seasonal jobs.