Recalls happen to even the most careful companies.
Protect your customers and your brand with these five tips.
An increasingly complex global regulatory environment demands expert guidance. Stericycle Expert Solutions has the knowledge and infrastructure to help companies navigate these challenges.
With 51 million auto recalls in 2015 alone, it’s not the recall itself that sets auto manufacturers and parts suppliers apart. What’s remembered is an effective response rooted in safety, accuracy, and customer service.
Stericycle’s compliance and customer-experience quality audit and mystery shop services help brands uphold quality standards, minimize risk, and maintain compliance with operational and regulatory standards.
Product retrieval must be fast and accurate to protect brands or gather intelligence. Whether retrieving products from stores or consumer homes, Stericycle’s global field force has the experience needed for success.
Returns are a normal part of doing business; Stericycle’s global logistics make these projects easier by handling returns with accuracy and expertise, from receiving to destruction.
In today’s consumer-driven market, a company’s brand and reputation are on the line 24/7. Organizations need cost-effective ways to measure operational performance continually and boost customer and employee satisfaction. A partner with the tools and insights to help make key decisions to protect, enhance, and grow their brand would be a powerful asset for companies worldwide.
As the global leader in product recalls, retrievals, returns, audit, and marketing services, Stericycle Expert Solutions delivers a suite of offerings to protect consumers, brands, and the environment while reducing corporate risk.
THE RECALL LIFE CYCLE
Imagine a world where there are a handful of recalls a year. Each one would be big news, even if it involved a relatively low hazard or small number of products. But that’s not the world we live in. In fact, there are more than 3,000 recalls every year in the U.S. alone – roughly […]Read More
What type of recall is most likely to overwhelm internal contact centers with distraught, often inconsolable, callers? One involving a children’s product? Perhaps the elderly? While those recalls are far from exempt from high call volumes, pet food recalls present by far the most challenging consumer response. This may seem surprising at first. But when […]Read More
When it comes to product safety, company efforts are often divided into two categories: recall prevention and recall preparedness. But one shouldn’t be implemented without the other. In fact, proactive prevention can strengthen recall preparedness – and vice versa. To truly protect the public and mitigate risk, companies should take a holistic approach to product […]Read More
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the highest quarter of 2017
the lowest quarter since Q4 2011
Discover the latest recall trend highlights across industries with the Q4 2017 Index.
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