The Driving Factors of GrSCM Adoption for Indonesian Electronic Industry

 
 
 
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    The application of Green Supply Chain Management (GrSCM) appears because of the increased awareness of the environmental impact of industrial development. GrSCM progress as an  innovation environment that integrate environmental factors into supply chain management.  Thus the company began to shift from traditional supply chain to green supply chain management. This study  is focused on the development of GSCM in term of determining the driving factors affecting the adoption of GrSCM. Factor analysis is used to find the key factors considered in GrSCM implementation in Indonesian electronic industry.  Results of this study can be identified  that there are seven factors affecting the adoption of green supply chain management for electronic industry in Indonesia such as green procurement, waste management; green distribution, green marketing; green manufacturing, green design, and green environment.

     

     


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    Green supply chain, driving factors, adoption, electronic industry

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Article ID: 26356
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v8i1.9.26356




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