An Insight into the U.S. Mobile Device Logistics Market

Expanding Role for 3PL in the United States

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This Frost & Sullivan insight on U.S. mobile device logistics presents an analysis of the key trends in the mobile handset distribution management market in the United States. It focuses mainly on the forward and reverse logistics market for smartphones in the United States.

Table of Contents

An Insight into the U.S. Mobile Device Logistics MarketIntroduction and OverviewMobile Device LogisticsRole of Wireless Distributors and Device Logistics ProvidersImpact of Smartphone Adoption on 3PLBusiness Model Analysis3PL Business Model3PL Providers and Business IntelligenceKey Trends in Reverse LogisticsDefining Reverse LogisticsKey Drivers for Mobile Device Reverse LogisticsKey Challenges in Mobile Device Reverse LogisticsHandset Reliability and Product Design—Involvement of Mobile Operators Business Model for Reverse Logistics ProvidersBrief Analysis of the Handset Protection Market in the United StatesMarket OverviewHandset Insurance and Handset Protection ProgramsTypes of Handset Protection Options Available to ConsumersBenefits and Utility of Handset Protection PlansKey Findings and ConclusionsConclusions

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