This book provides a comprehensive overview of Halal in logistics, supply chain management and the future implications for the Halal industry. It discusses a wide range of Halal logistics practices and theories in Japan, Korea, Spain, Oman, and SEA countries.

The book examines technology applications, regulatory and certification procedure, Halal management system and quality control, sustainability and as well as challenges for the logistics and Halal supply chain in the pandemic context. The book also looks at how to navigate the complexity of the Halal logistics to achieve business sustainability. It uses a multidisciplinary approach to provide insights on the Halal logistics and supply chain study.

This book hopes to fill an existing gap and enrich the literature on Halal logistics and supply chain management specifically in the West, Middle East and regions in Asia. This will be a useful reference to those who would like to learn more about this industry.

chapter |4 pages


ByNor Aida Abdul Rahman, Azizul Hassan, Zawiah Abdul Majid

part Part I|59 pages

Context and theories

chapter 1|10 pages

Halal logistics and supply chain management in Asia, the West and the Middle East

Recent issues, developments and trends
ByAbdelsalam Adam Hamid, Noorul Shaiful Fitri Abdul Rahman

chapter 2|15 pages

The new age of Halal logistics and supply chain standards in Asia, the Middle East and the West

ByNor Aida Abdul Rahman, Kamran Mahroof, Azizul Hassan, Narissara Sujchaphong

chapter 3|13 pages

Theories in Halal logistics and supply chain management research

ByMohamed Syazwan Ab Talib, Abdul Hafaz Ngah, Dwi Agustina Kurniawati

chapter 4|19 pages

Theories used in Halal logistics studies

A literature review
ByAu Yong Hui Nee, Zam Zuriyati Mohamad

part Part II|43 pages

Technology applications and sustainability

chapter 5|11 pages

Traceability technology in Halal logistics and supply chain

Critical success factors
ByZuhra Junaida Binti Ir Mohamad Husny Hamid, Mohd Iskandar bin Illyas Tan

chapter 6|11 pages

Technology and traceability in Halal logistics

Critical success factors
ByMohd Farid Shamsudin, Hajjah Zawiah Abdul Majid

chapter 7|19 pages

Halal logistics sustainability

A conceptual framework
ByHaliza Mohd Zahari, Ruzaidin Mohammed Zain, Nur Hidayah Binti Azhar

part Part III|64 pages

Halal meat cartel, transportation, port management and pandemic challenges

chapter 8|11 pages

Exploring the Islamic work ethics and Halal meat supply chain

An insight
ByEmi Normalina Binti Omar, Nor Bakhriah Sarbani, Ismah Osman, Heizal Hezry Omar, Harlina Suzana Jaafar

chapter 9|10 pages

Exploring the Halal meat cartel case

A legal framework and insight from the regulator
ByFaradina binti Ahmad, Muhammad Zaly Shah, Zuhra Junaida Binti Ir Mohamad Husny Hamid

chapter 10|19 pages

Halal integrity in the supply chain

The impacts of the fake Halal meat cartel scandal towards Halal integrity
ByAnis Najiha Ahmad, Siti Balqis Zulfigar, Baiduri Zaiyyanna Mohd Farudz, Nur Najihah binti Zulkifli

chapter 11|14 pages

Halal transportation adoption among SMEs in Malaysia

ByAbdul Hafaz Ngah, Serge Gabarre, Ramayah Thurasamy

chapter 12|8 pages

Halal port development

Issues and challenges
ByMuna Norkhairunnisak Ustadi, Sharina Osman

part Part IV|63 pages

Halal logistics review, certification and regulatory frameworks

chapter 13|11 pages

Halal logistics, supply chain and quality control in Malaysia

ByMuna Norkhairunnisak Ustadi, Sharina Osman, Raja Zuraidah Raja Mohd Rasi

chapter 14|10 pages

Development of the Halal industry in South Korea

Pilot project of Halal logistics
ByJames (Jang Suh) Noh

chapter 15|15 pages

Halal logistics certification and regulations in Japan

ByNurul Faezawaty Jamaludin, Kosei Sugawara

chapter 16|11 pages

Halal market opportunities and logistics in Spain

ByFernando Mayor-Vitoria

chapter 17|8 pages

Halal logistics certification

A Middle East perspective
ByNor Aida Abdul Rahman, Zainab Al Balushi

chapter 18|6 pages

Halal logistics and supply chain management research

Recent COVID-19 effects and future development
ByMuhammad Munzir Khairuddin, Fathien Azuien Yusriza, Nor Aida Abdul Rahman, Abdul Manan Dos Mohamed, Suzari Abdul Rahim, Md Fauzi Ahmad