The concept of Halal defines what adheres to Islamic law and is so comprehensive that it goes beyond food to include processes. The Halal industry has allowed many business firms a competitive advantage and is integral in its support for industries from food, tourism, banking and hospitality to medical. This book gives an overview of what Halal is in logistics and supply chain management, and discusses related issues and challenges in Southeast Asia.
The book also examines Halal logistics and supply chain in reference to global trends and practices. It attempts to integrate theoretical and methodological aspects of Halal logistics and supply chain study in different geographical areas across industries.
This will be a useful reference for those who wish to understand the Halal ecosystem and Halal logistics supply chain development.
Table of Contents
Nor Aida Abdul Rahman, Azizul Hassan and Mohammad FakhrulNizam Mohammad
1. Awareness and Demand of Malaysian Consumers towards Halal Logistics of Meat Products: Issues and Opportunities for the Transport and Logistics Industry
Au Yong Hui Nee, Peter Yacob and Abdelhak Senadjki
2. Halal Supply Chain and Halal Logistics of the Cold Chain Model in the Milk Industry: Evidence from Milk Cooperatives in Indonesia
Hendrati Dwi Mulyaningsih, Rifi Wijayanti Dual Arifin, A. Harits Nu’man, Ani Wahyu Rachmawati, and Santi Rahmawati
3. Knowledge Management Strategy towards the Development of the Halal Logistics Industry in Vietnam
Mohammad FakhrulNizam Mohammad and Nor Aida Abdul Rahman
4. A Conceptual Framework Highlighting Barriers in Cold Chain Management for Halal Food Products in Sout-East Asian Countries
Mohd Hafidz Mahamad Maifiah, Anis Najiha Ahmad and Muhammad Affifuddin Iskandar
5. The Premier of Halal Logistics in Brunei Darussalam
Hajah Norliza Haji Mahalle, Zeiad Amjad Abdulrazzak Aghwan and Mohamed Syazwan Ab Talib
6. Halal Logistics Policy Development in Indonesia
Yuliani Dwi Lestari and Faridatus Saidah
7. The Evolution of Halal Logistics in Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam
Nor Aida Abdul Rahman, Nor Hisham Ghafar, Eka Yuliana, Mohamed Idrus Abdul Moin, Nurhayati Muhd Nur and Nurul Zuhairah Mahmud Zuhudi
8. Halal Development in Singapore: Halal Logistics Perspective
Nor Aida Abdul Rahman, Azizul Hassan, Md Fauzi Ahmad, Mohd Khir Harun, Maria Romeli and Hazariah Mohd Noh
9. The Development of Halal Logistics in Thailand
Suhaila Abdul Kadir
10. Developing an Integrative Model for Halal Transportation in Malaysia: A Structural Equation Modelling Approach
Muna Norkhairunnisak Ustadi, Ilham Sentosa and Raja Zuraidah Rasi
11. The development of Halal Logistics Standards in South-East Asia: Halal Supply Chain Standards (MS2400) as a Principal Reference
Nor Aida Abdul Rahman, Zawiah Abdul Majid, Mohammad FakhrulNizam Mohammad, Md Fauzi Ahmad, Suzari Abdul Rahim and Ahmad Zahir Mokhtar
12. Halal Integrity, Halal Logistics Service Provider (LSP)
Zawiah Abdul Majid and Mohd Farid Shamsudin
13. Training Essentials for Capacity Building in the Halal Industry: The Importance of Halal Logistics Training
Abdul Manan Dos Mohamed, Mohd Azemi Mohd Noor, Nor Aida Abdul Rahman and Harun Sarip
14. Successful Halal Compliance Factors for Air Cargo Warehouse: Warehouse Operator Perspective
Muhamad Munzir bin Khairuddin and Nor Aida Abdul Rahman
15. Halal Knowledge Integrity Model (HaKIM) in Intensifying the Integrity of the Halal Industry
Mohammad FakhrulNizam Mohammad, Rusli Abdullah and Nor Aida Abdul Rahman
16. Digital Innovation, Halal Industry and the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Mohd. Iskandar Illyas and Zuhra Junaida Ir Mohamd Husny
Nor Aida Abdul Rahman is an Associate Professor at Universiti Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and currently serves as a Head of Aviation Management. She has worked as an internal and external trainer in management, supply chain, Halal logistics and postgraduate research. She has written three books on postgraduate research. Her work has appeared in several reputable academic journals, book chapters and refereed conference proceedings.
Azizul Hassan is a member of the Tourism Consultants Network of the UK Tourism Society. His main areas of research are technology-supported marketing in tourism, innovative marketing dynamics, destination branding in tourism, cultural heritage tourism, heritage interpretation and sustainable management/marketing alternatives. He has authored over 100 articles and book chapters in leading tourism outlets.
Mohammad FakhrulNizam Mohammad is currently a Lecturer at Universiti Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He has years of industrial experience in information technology (data networking and project management) for banking operations. He is currently pursuing his studies at the doctorate level in Information Systems, with interest in knowledge management, quality management and Halal technology.