New research about e-commerce: Free returns do not pay off financially
At ehandel.se, logistics researcher Stefan Karlsson discusses how free returns affect companies financially – especially in the short term.
Digital meeting about shops and business in Lund
Daniel Hellström, researcher in Packaging Logistics at Design Sciences, LTH, participated in a digital meeting for shops and retail in Lund municipality, where those working in the field had an opportunity to talk to actors from the university and law firms as well as municipal representatives.
Scholarship holder investigates the pandemic's impact on increased returns in trade
“Helsingborgs Handelsförening” (local trade association) has for many years supported research and education at Lund University. The investment in young researchers at Campus Helsingborg continues through a recent announcement of research funding of SEK 1 million.
New Professor in Packaging Logistics
Henrik Pålsson is now a professor in Packaging Logistics. He undertakes research on a broad spectrum of logistics and supply chain management topics, primarily with a sustainability perspective within packaging logistics and freight transport. Contact Henrik Pålsson for more information about the research: Henrik.firstname.lastname@example.org
Free returns – friend or foe?
Free returns are common in e-commerce, and can instill confidence in customers who order clothes and shoes that can be difficult to evaluate by screen alone. But free returns are also a burden on the environment and in many cases a great financial burden for the company, and now retailers are trying various solutions to the problem, including [...]
Empty All: Competition for reduced food and packaging waste
You who are enrolled as student at Lund University during spring and autumn 2021 are most welcome to register for the packaging development competition “Empty All”.
PODCAST: Patient-centred Packaging Design and Innovation
Why is pharmaceutical packaging shifting to a more patient-centric design?
Why Sweden loves food in tubes
"Why are there so many food tubes in Sweden?" The YouTube channel Great Big Story wants to know. They turn to Karla Marie Paredes, Ph.D. Student in Innovation Engineering, at Design Sciences, Lund University, who wrote her master thesis on this very subject back in 2013.
PUBLISHED ARTICLE: Sustainable supply chain innovations
“The challenges of sustainable development require whole supply chains and networks to drive change and innovation.”
PANEL DISCUSSION: The sustainable e-commerce of the future
"Campus Vänner" has arranged a digital panel discussion on the sustainable e-commerce of the future together with Johanna Allhorn from ehandel.se and Daniel Hellström from ReLog, Campus Helsingborg and Packaging Logistics, Lund University.