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Halal Supply Chain Integrity
Concept, Constituents and Consequences

  • Available for pre-order on December 28, 2022. Item will ship after January 18, 2023
ISBN 9781032305561
January 18, 2023 Forthcoming by Routledge
136 Pages 15 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

The market and demand for Halal goods and services is ever increasing and, with it, the importance of supply chain integrity. 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.

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

This will be a useful reference for researchers, scholars and upper-level students who wish to understand Halal logistics and supply chain management and the importance of protecting integrity of Halal services and products.

Table of Contents


Halal Concept & the Overview of Halal Supply Chain Integrity

  1. Halal Concept
  2. Halal Market Overview, Evolution of Halal Logistics Market and Halal Integrity in Supply Chain


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


  4. The overview of HSCI and the related research 
  5. The importance of HSCI
  6. HSCI and Focus of Research  
  7. The 5 constituents of HSCI and consequences  
  8. HSCI and Method Used: Case of Malaysia


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


  10. Conclusion  
  11. Appendix A


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Zawiah Abdul Majid is a Senior Lecturer at University Kuala Lumpur & Head of Teknoputra, International, Industrial & Institutional Partnerships (3IP), UniKL Business School, Malaysia.

Mohd Farid Shamsudin is an Associate Professor of University Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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