Research on the Development of a Sustainable Green Logistics System from the Perspective of Pakistan
International Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization
Volume 5, Issue 2, April 2017, Pages: 63-66
Received: Mar. 29, 2017; Published: Mar. 29, 2017
Views 1549      Downloads 82
Authors
Khan Syed Abdul Rehman, School of Economics and Management, Chang’an University, Xi’an, China; School of Supply Chain Management, Business Research and Service Institute, Stroudsburg, USA
Dong Qianli, Department of Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Chang’an University, Xi’an, China
Zhang Yu, School of Printing and Packaging, Xi’an University of Technology, Xi’an, China
Khan Syed Shahid, School of Foreign Languages, Happy Home Foundation, Karachi, Pakistan
Article Tools
Follow on us
Abstract
Building a green logistics system is the inevitable direction of modern logistics development. There is no doubt that green logistics also have social and economical value but the ultimate goal is sustainable and environmental-friendly development and to reduce harmful effects of businesses on the environment. In the development of green logistics system need to consider green purchasing, green production, green transportation and distribution, green packaging and waste recycling. These are the mandatory requirement for the building of reliable green logistics system. In addition, we need to take appropriate measures to build scientific system for green logistics development.
Keywords
Sustainable Development, Green Logistics, Logistics System, Waste Recycling
To cite this article
Khan Syed Abdul Rehman, Dong Qianli, Zhang Yu, Khan Syed Shahid, Research on the Development of a Sustainable Green Logistics System from the Perspective of Pakistan, International Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. Vol. 5, No. 2, 2017, pp. 63-66. doi: 10.11648/j.ijebo.20170502.13
References
[1]
Lu Jiang. What developing direction Chinese Logistics should have, Journal of Chinese Logistics and Purchasing, (2003).
[2]
Zheng Chengzhi. E-Logistics and Modern Logistics, Magazine of Dalian, Dongbei University of Finance & Economic Press, (2005).
[3]
Tian Jing. Develop green logistics, and promote sustainable development, Journal of Logistics Science, (2006).
[4]
Soysal, M., Bloemhof-Ruwaard, J. M., Meuwissen, M. P. M. & Van der Vorst, J. G. A. J. (2012). A Review on Quantitative Models for Sustainable Food Logistics Management. International Journal on Food System Dynamics, 3(2), 136-155.
[5]
Singh, R. K. & Singh, N. (2005). 3- Quality of packaged foods. In J. H. Han (Ed.), Innovations in Food Packaging (PP. 24-44). London: Academic Press.
[6]
Tegene, A., Huffman, W. E., Rousu, M. C. & Shogren, J. (2013). The effects of Information on Consumer Demand for Biotech Foods: Evidence From Experimental Auctions (Technical Bulletins No. 33577). United States Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service.
[7]
Tassou, S. A., De-Lille, G. & Ge, Y. T. (2009). Food transport refrigeration-Approaches to reduce energy consumption and environmental impacts of road transport. Applied Thermal Engineering, 29(8-9), 1467-1477.
[8]
Traill, W. B. & Koenig, A. (2010). Economic assessment of food safety standards: Costs and benefits of alternative approaches. Food Control, 21(12), 1611-1619.
[9]
Khan, S. A. R, and Dong, Q., (2015b) An analysis of information sharing in supply chain: Two friend countries, International journal of innovative research and development, vol. 4, issue. 11, 2015.
[10]
Uchida, H., Onozaka, Y., Morita, T. & Managi, S. (2014). Demand for Eco-labeled seafood in the Japanese market: A conjoint analysis of the impact of information and interaction with other labels. Food Policy, 44, 68-76.
[11]
Bottani, E., Montanari, R., Vignali, G. & Guerra, L. (2011). A survey on Packaging Materials and Technologies for Commercial Food Products. International Journal of Food Engineering, 7(1).
[12]
Khan, S. A. R., (2015c) Barriers and Drivers: Information Technology in Manufacturing Firms of Australia, China marketing international conference 2015, Proceedings.
[13]
Fiksel J. Designing for environmental: Creating Eco-efficient products and processes [M]. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1996.
[14]
Lamming R. and Hampson J. The environment as a supply chain issue [J]. British Journal of Management, 1996, (7): 45-62.
[15]
Elkington J. Towards the sustainable corporation: Win-win-win business strategies for sustainable development [J]. California Management Review, 1994, 36(2): 90-100.
[16]
Benita M. B. Designing the green supply chain [J]. Logistics Information Management, 1999, 12(4): 332-342.
[17]
Steve V. W, Robert B. H. and steven A. M. The green supply chain: integrating suppliers into environmental management processes [J]. International Journal of Purchasing and Materials Management, copyright April 1998, by National Association of Purchasing Management, Inc. pp 2-11.
[18]
Industry Executive Advisory Team, Michigan State University Environmentally-Research. Manufacturing Research Team, These managers represents firms in the motive, computer, electronic, and consumer industries, 1997-12-03.
ADDRESS
Science Publishing Group
1 Rockefeller Plaza,
10th and 11th Floors,
New York, NY 10020
U.S.A.
Tel: (001)347-983-5186