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Measuring performance of reverse supply chains in a carpet manufacturer

Measuring performance of reverse supply chains in a carpet manufacturer
Measuring performance of reverse supply chains in a carpet manufacturer
Increasing attention has been given to the reverse supply chain because of the increasing value of products and technology at the end of direct supply chains as well as the impact of new green legislation. Design strategies for reverse supply chains have remained relatively unexplored and underdeveloped. Meanwhile measuring supply chain performance has also become important as understanding, collaboration and integration has increased between supply chain members. It has also helped companies to target profitable market segments or identify areas for service improvement. This paper will focus on measuring performance of reverse supply chains in carpet manufacturers. A simple general framework of the company is presented as well as mathematical models. This simple general model can be to be applied by small medium enterprises to optimise their reverse supply chain systems.
Reverse supply chain, carpet recycling, performance measurement
2168-0787
152-158
Butar Butar, Maulida
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Sanders, David
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Frei, Regina
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Butar Butar, Maulida
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Sanders, David
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Frei, Regina
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Butar Butar, Maulida, Sanders, David and Frei, Regina (2016) Measuring performance of reverse supply chains in a carpet manufacturer. Journal of Advanced Management Science, 4 (2), 152-158. (doi:10.12720/joams.4.2.152-158).

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Abstract

Increasing attention has been given to the reverse supply chain because of the increasing value of products and technology at the end of direct supply chains as well as the impact of new green legislation. Design strategies for reverse supply chains have remained relatively unexplored and underdeveloped. Meanwhile measuring supply chain performance has also become important as understanding, collaboration and integration has increased between supply chain members. It has also helped companies to target profitable market segments or identify areas for service improvement. This paper will focus on measuring performance of reverse supply chains in carpet manufacturers. A simple general framework of the company is presented as well as mathematical models. This simple general model can be to be applied by small medium enterprises to optimise their reverse supply chain systems.

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Published date: 1 March 2016
Keywords: Reverse supply chain, carpet recycling, performance measurement

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Local EPrints ID: 432723
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/432723
ISSN: 2168-0787
PURE UUID: d6e57ab4-9082-493a-b520-302b639c6d21
ORCID for Regina Frei: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-0953-6413

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Date deposited: 25 Jul 2019 16:30
Last modified: 25 Oct 2019 00:21

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Author: Maulida Butar Butar
Author: David Sanders
Author: Regina Frei ORCID iD

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