1st Edition

Halal Logistics and Supply Chain Management Recent Trends and Issues

    266 Pages 38 B/W Illustrations
    by Routledge

    266 Pages 38 B/W Illustrations
    by Routledge

    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.

    Introduction, Nor Aida Abdul Rahman, Azizul Hassan and Hajjah Zawiah Abdul Majid Part 1 Context and Theories 1. Halal Logistics and Supply Chain Management in Asia, West and Middle East: Recent Issues, Developments and Trends, Abdelsalam Adam Hamid and Noorul Shaiful Fitri Abdul Rahman 2. The New Age of Halal Logistics and Supply Chain Standard in Asia, Middle East and Western Region: IHIAS, SMIIC AND MS perspective, Nor Aida Abdul Rahman, Kamran Mahroof, Azizul Hassan and Narissara Sujchaphong 3. Theories in Halal Logistics and Supply Chain Management Research, Mohamed Syazwan Ab Talib, Abdul Hafaz Ngah and Dwi Agustina Kurniawati 4. Theories Used in Halal Logistics Studies: A Literature Review, Au Yong Hui Nee and Zam Zuriyati Mohamad Part 2 Technology Applications and Sustainability 5. Traceability Technology in Halal Logistics and Supply Chain: Critical Success Factors, Zuhra Junaida Ir Mohamad Husny Hamid and Mohd Iskandar bin Illyas Tan 6. Technology and Traceability in Halal Logistics: Critical Success Factors, Mohd Farid Shamsudin and Hajjah Zawiah Abdul Majid 7. Halal Logistics Sustainability: A Conceptual Framework, Haliza Mohd Zahari, Ruzaidin Mohammed Zain and Nur Hidayah Azhar Part 3 The Case Study on Halal Meat Cartel, Transportation, Port Management and Pandemic Challenges 8. Exploring Halal Meat Cartel Case: An Insight, Emi Normalina Omar, Nor Bakhriah Sarbani, Ismah Osman, Heizal Hezry Omar and Harlina Suzana Jaafar 9. Exploring Halal Meat Cartel Case: A Legal Framework and Insight from the Regulator, Faradina binti Ahmad, Muhammad Zaly Syah and Zuhra Junaida Ir Mohamad Husny Hamid 10. Halal Integrity in Supply Chain: The Impacts of Fake Halal Meat Cartel Scandal towards Halal Integrity, Anis Najiha Ahmad, Siti Balqis Zulfigar, Baiduri Zaiyyanna Mohd Farudz and Nur Najihah binti Zulkifli 11. Halal Transportation Adoption Among SMEs Malaysia, Abdul Hafaz Ngah, Serge Gabarre and Ramayah Thurasamy 12. Halal Port Development: Issue and Challenges, Muna Norkhairunnisak Ustadi and Sharina Osman Part 4 Halal Logistics Review, Certification and Regulatory Frameworks 13. Halal Logistics, Supply Chain and Quality Control in Malaysia, Muna Norkhairunnisak Ustadi, Sharina Osman and Raja Zuraidah Raja Mohd Rasi 14. Development of Halal Industry in South Korea: Pilot Project of Halal Logistics, James (Jang Suh) Noh 15. Halal Logistics Certification and Regulations in Japan, Nurul Faezawaty Jamaludin and Kosei Sugawara 16. Halal Market Opportunities and Logistics in Spain, Fernando Mayor-Vitoria 17. Halal Logistics Certification: Middle East Perspective, Nor Aida Abdul Rahman and Zainab Al Balushi 18. Halal Logistics and Supply Chain Management Research: Recent COVID-19 Effects and Future Development, Muhammad Munzir Khairuddin, Fathien Azuien Yusriza, Nor Aida Abdul Rahman, Abdul Manan Dos Mohamed, Suzari Abdul Rahim and Md Fauzi Ahmad



    Nor Aida Abdul Rahman is Associate Professor at Universiti Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and currently serves as a Head of Aviation Management at Universiti Kuala Lumpur, Malaysian Institute of Aviation Technology, in Subang, Selangor, Malaysia. She has worked as internal and external trainer in management, supply chain, Halal logistics and postgraduate research. Her research work has appeared in several reputable academic journals such as Industrial Marketing Management, Journal of Islamic Marketing and others. She has also published a number of book chapters and refereed conference proceedings, and been part of the editorial team for a book project with Routledge. She is on the working group panel of the MS2400 Halal Supply Chain standard and TC10 for Halal Supply Chain Standard (SMIIC). She earned a PhD in Management (Supply Chain Management) from Brunel University, London, UK. She is also an academic advisor in college, a chartered member for the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport Malaysia (CILTM), an HRDF Certified Trainer, chairman (Academic Committee) for the Malaysian Association of Transportation, Logistics and Supply Chain Schools (MyATLAS), vice president (research journal) for the Institute for Research in Management and Engineering UK (INRME), JAKIM Halal Certified Trainer, UniKL Halal Professional Board and a member of Academy of Marketing, UK.

    Azizul Hassan is a member of the Tourism Consultants Network of the UK Tourism Society. Dr. Hassan has been working for the tourism industry as a consultant, academic and researcher for over 20 years. His research interest areas are technology-supported marketing for tourism and hospitality, immersive technology applications in the tourism and hospitality industry, and technology-influenced marketing suggestions for sustainable tourism and hospitality industry in developing countries. Dr Hassan has authored more than 150 articles and book chapters in leading tourism outlets. He is also part of the editorial team of 25 book projects, and is a regular reviewer of a number of international journals.

    Hajjah Zawiah Abdul Majid is a Senior Lecturer at University Kuala Lumpur and served as Head of Teknoputra, International, Industrial & Institutional Partnerships (3IP) UniKL Business School. She has 20 years’ experience teaching various courses such as Logistics, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management. Currently, she is a Fellow at The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT), Woman in Logistics and Transport (WiLAT), Global Vice Chairperson (GVC) Southeast Asia and founder of WiLAT Malaysia. She has more than 30 years’ experience in logistics industry and is currently pursuing her doctorate in Halal Supply Chain. She is on the working group panel of MS2400 Halal Supply Chain for DSM and TC10 for SMIIC, Istanbul, Turkey. She is also chairman of National Competency Standard (NCS) for Halal Logistics under MOHR, HDC and JPK, and a  certified Halal Professional Board trainer endorsed by JAKIM.