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Mohammad Mahdi Paydar, Zahra Hassanzadeh, Ali Tajdin,
Volume 27, Issue 3 (9-2016)

Currently, due to increased competition in the services and manufacturing, many companies are trying to lower price and good quality products offer to the market. In this paper, the multi-criteria decision-making techniques to evaluate and select the best supplier from among the existing suppliers. The first, hierarchical structure for selecting suppliers of raw materials used and the analytic hierarchy process to obtain the relative importance of quantitative and qualitative criteria related to green supply chain is applied.  Then, a fuzzy TOPSIS technique any raw material suppliers is ranked according to the relevant criteria. Finally, with regard to the weight of suppliers and demand of raw material and resource constraints by a multi-objective mathematical model, optimum order is determined. The objectives are to minimize the total cost, maximize amount of purchases of desirable suppliers and minimize of raw materials required are not provide. The proposed method in a case study used Food Company and the relevant results are expressed.

Muhammad Asrol, Muchammad Arief, Hendra Gunawan,
Volume 34, Issue 3 (9-2023)

The food industry's supply chain primarily relies on materials that are not environmentally friendly. To address this issue and improve overall performance, the implementation of Green Supply Chain Management (GSCM) becomes crucial. The objective of this research is to analyze the factors influencing the adoption of GSCM and its impact on the performance of the food industry, particularly in Indonesia where there is a high potential for waste production and environmental impact. The study targeted 83 food industry companies as respondents, achieving a response rate of 76.82%. The research employed a Partial Least Squares (PLS) and statistical analysis approach to test hypotheses regarding food industry performance. The findings indicate that GSCM does not directly affect food industry performance. However, GSCM has a positive influence on Green Innovation, which in turn has a positive impact on Company Performance. Green Innovation acts as a mediator between GSCM and Corporate Performance. The implementation of a GSCM at the food industry not only enhances environmental performance but also to improved economic performance. It is emphasized that renewable company innovations should be integrated alongside the adoption of green supply chains. The study highlights that the positive effects of the GSCM  are more significant when mediated by green innovation.
Daniel Atnafu, Shimelis Zewdie Werke,
Volume 35, Issue 2 (6-2024)

The incorporation of sustainable practices becomes crucial as firms transition from Industry 4.0 to Industry 5.0. Therefore, this systematic review explores the relationship between the two sustainability approaches; Green Human Resource Management (GHRM) and Green Supply Chain Management (GSCM) using peer-reviewed studies from 2016-2023, retrieved from Scopus and Web of Science databases. 2016 marks the starting point as the first relevant paper emerged in the literature in that year. The PRISMA approach was used to identify relevant studies, resulting in the inclusion of 30 studies for analysis purposes. The study reveals a growing interest in understanding the relationship between GHRM and GSCM practices and their impact on sustainable performance. The majority of reviewed studies utilized quantitative survey methods, suggesting the need for future research utilizing qualitative and mixed methods for gaining deeper insights. The review indicates that most studies are conducted in emerging countries, and there is a significant gap in research on the relationship between GHRM and GSCM practices in other context. Finally, the study provides valuable insights for practitioners and researchers, emphasising the importance of integrating GHRM and GSCM practices for a sustainable competitive advantage.

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