SELECTION OF SUPPLIERS IN THE GREEN SUPPLY CHAIN: CASE STUDY WITH MULTI-CRITERIA DECISION


Allyson de Freitas, Eduardo Gomes Salgado, Jean Marcel Sousa Lira

Abstract: The Green Supply Chain Management (GSCM) emerges as an alternative to intervene in industrial processes for economic, environmental and social purposes and their management involves strategy, organization and control of the flow of services. The GSCM can improve aspects such as pollution and water waste. Thus, the objective this work was identifies the main criteria in the selection of suppliers of Brazilian companies in the food sector that use GSCM through the Analytic Hierarchic Process (AHP). The results obtained show that the Economic criterion (64.8%) was the most relevant and the sub-criteria considered of major importance were Quality, Cost and Technical Capacity. The environmental criterion had a lower percentage and among the sub-criteria related to the Social criterion, Health and Safety, Education and Working Conditions were the most relevant. However, the economic factor seems to be decisive in the choice of suppliers.

Keywords: Performance management, Performance measurement, Quality management, ISO 9001, Scientific research

DOI: 10.24874/IJQR14.01-04

Recieved: 20.03.2019  Accepted: 13.10.2019  UDC: 005.6

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