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.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
part Part I|59 pages
Context and theories
part Part II|43 pages
Technology applications and sustainability
part Part III|64 pages
Halal meat cartel, transportation, port management and pandemic challenges
part Part IV|63 pages
Halal logistics review, certification and regulatory frameworks