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Development of an innovative halal logistics concept for the air cargo supply chain

Yvonne Ziegler, Vincenzo Uli, Astrid Kramer and Mahmoud Tatari

No 18, Working Paper Series from Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Business and Law

Abstract: The aim of this paper, which is positioned within the research domain of logistics and supply chain management, is to present a holistic perspective on the development of an innovative halal air cargo supply chain. To the best of our knowledge, a fully integrated halal supply chain "from farm to fork" represents a complete novelty, especially in the context of a non-Muslim-dominant country such as Germany. As a matter of fact, although some major European seaports have been certified according to halal standards (i.e. Rotterdam in 2007, and Zeebrugge and Marseille in 2012), they are still unable to guarantee the integrity of halal products across the entire supply chain. The seven chapters into which this paper is organised address the various aspects of a halal supply chain. After the introduction (Chapter 1) and the definition of the concept of halal (Chapter 2), we analyse the demand side (Chapter 3) and the supply side (Chapter 4) of the halal market. In the last three chapters, we provide a view of the current halal logistics requirements (Chapter 5), develop a fully compliant halal air cargo process (Chapter 6) and, finally, provide conclusions and empirical suggestions for the implementation of this process (Chapter 7). [...]

Date: 2021
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