1st Edition

Halal Supply Chain Integrity Concept, Constituents and Consequences

    128 Pages 15 B/W Illustrations
    by Routledge

    The market and demand for halal goods and services is ever increasing, and, with it, the importance of supply chain integrity also increases. Integrity, from the perspective of halal logistics service providers, is a prerequisite of halal compliance. This book provides a unique overview of halal supply chain integrity (HSCI) using examples from Malaysia country as a case.

    The book carefully addresses and simplifies the issues of integrity in halal logistics and supply chain. It gathers findings from studies on halal supply chain integrity conducted in Malaysia, a leading country in halal production, to shed light on current issues, developments and future trends on the theory and practice of halal in the logistics sector. The book discusses factors such as halal quality assurance, trust and commitment and halal assets specificity, in particular.

    This book will be a useful reference to research scholars and professionals who wish to understand halal logistics and supply chain management and also the importance of protecting integrity of halal services and products.

    PART I

    Halal Concept and the Overview of Halal Supply Chain Integrity

    1. Halal Concepts
    2. Market Overview, Evolution of Halal Market and Halal Supply Chain

      PART II

      The Constituents and Consequences of Halal Supply Chain Integrity: Case of Malaysia


    4. The Overview of HSCI Study in Malaysia 
    5. The Importance of Halal Integrity in Supply Chain and the Need for Halal Integrity Research 
    6. HSCI and the Focal of Research  
    7. The Five Constituents of Halal Supply Chain Integrity – Halal Traceability, Halal Assets Specificity, Halal Quality Assurance, Halal Trust, Halal Commitments and Halal Barriers.
    8. HSCI and Research Method: Case of Malaysia

      PART III

      Conclusion, Contribution to the Supply Chain Literature and Proposed Future Research







    Zawiah Abdul Majid is a Senior Lecturer and Head of Teknoputra, International, Industrial & Institutional partnerships (3IP), at the Universiti Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

    Mohd Farid Shamsudin is an Associate Professor at the Universiti Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

    Nor Aida Abdul Rahman is an Associate Professor and Head of Aviation Management at the Universiti of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.