A 'peer reviewed' journal indexed on Cabell's Directory, and also distributed by EBSCO and Proquest Database
It is a quarterly journal that focuses on Purchasing, Manufacturing, 3PL, E-procurement, Reverse supply chain inventory, Warehousing, Planning and forecasting, Collaborative commerce, Data analytics, E-supply chains, Risk management and sustainability of supply chains, Value chain management, etc.
Supply Chain Transformation with Blockchain Deployment: Enhancing Efficiency and Effectiveness
Blockchain is considered the most trending technology that may significantly impact businesses across the globe as it streamlines deficiencies of inter- and intra-organizational business processes by making them immutable, decentralized, secure, transparent, and operational-efficient. The applications of blockchain have begun to revolutionize different aspects of supply chain and operations management and help in reducing costs and risks and improving quality, flexibility, speed, and sustainability. Blockchain adds the most value to supply chains through its extended visibility and product traceability and makes supply chains more responsive and resilient against market disruptions. The study explores the deployment of blockchain technology to supply chain operations and differentiates traditional supply chains versus blockchain-enabled supply chains. It develops various frameworks to highlight the likely improved performance as blockchain deployment enhances the efficiency and effectiveness of the supply chain and ultimately leads to competitive advantages.
Fashion Industry and Sustainability: A Circular Economy Approach
Circular fashion approach plays a significant role in fashion and textile manufacturing, which global fashion houses have adopted to be sustainable in future. This study addresses the conceptual contours for understanding circular fashion by presenting an extensive literature review on the same. The study presents the benefits of circular fashion and the detrimental effects of linear economy on biosphere, and recommends shifting to circular economy. Further, the paper traces the developments in circular fashion in terms of redesigning recycling system, sourcing, chemical recycling, etc.
Post-Covid-19 Supply Chain World: Everything Changes but Nothing Changes
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