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Greening of the Supply Chain: An Empirical Study for SMES in the Philippine Context

The greening of the supply chain initiative, as implemented by world-class ISO 14001 certified companies, has already demonstrated how much it contributes towards greening the industry of the region they operate in. The SMEs have been involved in such a green supply chain only to the extent of their... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of Asia business studies 2007, Vol.1 (2), p.55-66
Main Author: Rao, Purba
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  • Reliability analysis
  • Small and medium sized companies
  • SMES
  • Supply chains
  • Usage
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description: The greening of the supply chain initiative, as implemented by world-class ISO 14001 certified companies, has already demonstrated how much it contributes towards greening the industry of the region they operate in. The SMEs have been involved in such a green supply chain only to the extent of their participation as suppliers, distributors and in other capacities as business partners complementing the world-class companies. All the same, in many regions, the environmental initiatives taken by the SMEs do conform to the different phases of the green supply chain. This study investigates if in the Philippine context this postulate is indeed true, and with the help of an empirical survey, establishes that the SME population in the Philippines do indeed carry out different phases of the green supply chain, though in a heterogeneous manner. This would be indeed expected given the heterogeneity in size and nature of business for SMEs in this region.
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