Green Supply Chain Management : Logistics and Distribution
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1. Introduction 1.1. Overview 2. Why A Green Supply Chain Matters 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Green Supply Chain Management: Compliance to Value Creation Organizational View on Green Supply Chain Management: A Strategic Analysis Tool Benefits to Industry Green House Gas Emission: Government Compliance PAS 2050 7 7 8 8 8 9 9 9 9 10 10 11 12 12 13 13 14 4 4 5 6
3. Current Industry Scenario 3.1 3.2 Inbound Operation Outbound Operation
4. Problem Statement & Solution 4.1.1 Connectors 4.1.2 Consolidators 4.1.3 Planners 5. Use Case Scenario 5.1 5.2 Calculation method - Present Scenario Calculation - Daily Planned Schedule
6. Benefits 7. Conclusion 8. References 9. About the Author
In early environmental management frameworks, operating managers were involved at the organizational level. Specialized organizational units had the responsibility for ensuring environmental excellence in product development, process design, operations, logistics, marketing, regulatory compliance, and waste management. In recent times, Green Supply Chain Management (Green SCM) is gaining significance among manufacturers due to the following reasons: Ÿ Diminishing raw materials Ÿ Deterioration of environment Ÿ Overflowing waste lands Ÿ Increasing levels of pollution
In today’s competitive world, it is not only about being environment friendly but also about better business sense and profits. The Supply Chain System (SCM) includes purchasing, inbound logistics, production, distribution (outbound logistics and marketing), and reverse logistics. The first three categories are part of the well-known value chain concepts. The last functional element, reverse logistics is one of the most recent areas of focus in the supply chain.
Confronted with global resource exhaustion and increasing environmental deterioration, enterprises cannot ignore environmental issues in today’s business. Economic globalization and pressure from the public, laws, and environmental standards are forcing and driving enterprises to improve their environmental performance as well. Green SCM is getting more attention as a sustainable development mode for modern enterprises and is increasingly a part of Corporate Social...
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