Returns (Reverse) Logistics Returning from the last point reached by the customer for the purpose of re-evaluation or disposal in accordance with the standards, for the purpose of returning the most appropriate cost and efficiency, as return logistics (reverse logistics) it is described. Return logistics include not only transporting products physically from one point to another, but also planning, organizing, flowing correctly and managing them in the best possible way. This flow can include not only the finished products but also all product groups such as raw materials, packaging materials, semi-finished products, sub-pallets and the like. When all these product groups are taken into account, the total cost and the negative physical effects of the products that are not recycled or disposed of to our environment reach very serious dimensions. The return logistics, which has been seen as loss of time and energy for many years, is becoming more and more important for the reasons outlined above, such as increasing the importance of competition between companies and increasing customer satisfaction, increasing profit margins and spreading environmental responsibility awareness. Therefore, both logistic service providers and suppliers who are sending products to the end point need to increase their investments in return logistics and optimize their back flow by optimizing and allocating more resources. DAB also manages its customers in order to classify, stock, or dispose of returns by combining the experience of providing the best and quality service to its customers with the understanding of providing boutique service.