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The inherent tensions within sustainable supply chains: a case study from Bangladesh / Mahmud Akhter Shareef, Yogesh Dwivedi, Vinod Kumar, Rasheek Mahmud, Laurie Hughes, Nripendra P. Rana, Hatice Kizgin

Production Planning & Control, Pages: 1 - 18

Swansea University Authors: Yogesh Dwivedi, Laurie Hughes, Hatice Kizgin

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The complexities surrounding the supply chain logistics for perishable commodities within Bangladesh are extensive. Poor infrastructure, fragmented transportation and corruption compound the operational complexities within this emerging market. This case study analyses many of the day-to-day operati...

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ISSN: 0953-7287 1366-5871
Published: Informa UK Limited 2019
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title The inherent tensions within sustainable supply chains: a case study from Bangladesh
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description The complexities surrounding the supply chain logistics for perishable commodities within Bangladesh are extensive. Poor infrastructure, fragmented transportation and corruption compound the operational complexities within this emerging market. This case study analyses many of the day-to-day operational challenges and tensions inherent within Micro-Small-Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) forming the backbone of the Bangladesh socio-economic structure. The drive for transition toward greater levels of sustainability and corporate responsibility is problematic, affecting many levels within an extended and fragmented supply chain. The selected case study highlights the “lived in” geographical, environmental, economic and cultural factors that impact the ability of emerging market enterprises to remain profitable within emergency scenarios whilst transitioning toward a more sustainable model. This study, whilst detailing many of the tensions and critical issues facing MSMEs, highlights the benefits of direct Government intervention, criticality of a leaner and more efficient supply chain and reassessment of financial incentives to drive the transition to a more efficient and sustainable economy.
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