The Success of Halal Supply Chain Management Practices in Malaysia

Nik Alif Amri Nik Hashim, Roslizawati Che Aziz, Abdullah Muhamed Yusoff, Shah Iskandar Fahmie Ramlee, Wan Farha Wan Zulkiffli, Zaimatul Awang, Nor Maizana Mat Nawi and Marlisa Abdul Rahim

There is presently a high level of attention of being paid to halal supply chain management by academics in Malaysia as part of an overall increase in research into Supply Chain Management (SCM). There are currently massive prospects in the worldwide halal sector. This area of business is quickly growing and Malaysia is riding the wave to become a main halal centre (better known as Halal-hub) globally. The research carried in this paper is aimed at the identification of factors which govern the success of halal supply chain management practices. Malaysian-based companies employing halal supply chain practices will act as the respondents in this research. This proposed study will apply the quantitative technique with self-administered questionnaire distribution. While the data gathered will be analysed using IBM SPSS version 23. The results of this work are anticipated to be instrumental in increasing the body of published works on halal supply chain management generally and from the Malaysian perspective particularly. Fundamental information concerning matters and problems in the contribution of Supply Chain Management and Halal Supply Chain Management (HSCM) is also likely to be a product of this study. At the same time practitioners can use the study's results in their marketing strategic planning for future business.

Volume 12 | Issue 8

Pages: 232-236

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12I8/20202469