FACTORS AFFECTING GREEN SUPPLY CHAIN PRACTICES IN AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY IN INDIA

Dhruti Sundar Sahoo 1 ; Ayasakanta Mohanty 2 ; Rita Prusty 3 ; Manoranjan Dash 4
1 Assistant Professor, Faculty of Management Sciences, Siksha O Anusandhan (Deemed to be University), India.
2 Professor, Faculty of Management Sciences, Siksha O Anusandhan (Deemed to be University), India.
3 Assistant Professor, Faculty of Management Sciences, Siksha O Anusandhan (Deemed to be University), India.
4 Assistant Professor, Faculty of Management Sciences, Siksha O Anusandhan (Deemed to be University), India.

Article Id - IJMET_09_11_046, Pages : 475-482

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Abstract

Green Supply Chain Management (GSCM) has emerged as new management strategy for automobile organizations to become more environmental friendly, cost effective and competitive. The study focuses on green supply chain management practices in Automotive Industry in India. Globally business environment is very volatile in nature and is featured by uncertainties. Due to rising environmental issues, awareness on environmental pollution issues combined with industrial development should be addressed by supply chain management. Therefore Green Supply Chain Management (GSCM) is an emerging agenda for the industrial organization to improve their performance on different dimensions such as economic and environment. GSCM has a parallel development to push green products in context to the ever growing environmental concerns among the organizations .The objective of the paper is to explore the factors affecting the Green supply Chain Management in Automotive Industry in India

Keywords

GSCM, Green Business, Global Business Environment, Environmental Issues.

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Dhruti Sundar Sahoo, Dr. Ayasakanta Mohanty, Rita Prusty and Manoranjan Dash, Factors Affecting Green Supply Chain Practices in Automotive Industry in India, International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology 9(11), 2018, pp. 475–482

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