Operations and Supply Chain Management in the Food Industry - Rahul S Mor

Operations and Supply Chain Management in the Food Industry

Farm to Fork

Rahul S Mor (Redaktør) ; Sachin S. Kamble (Redaktør) ; Kuldip Singh Sangwan (Redaktør)

This book offers effective and competitive food supply chains that are the consequence of technological innovation, collaboration, small agri-food business cases, entrepreneurial opportunities, cold chain technology management, disruptive technologies, and performance assessment through empirical analysis, case studies, and multimethod research in the food industry. Les mer
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This book offers effective and competitive food supply chains that are the consequence of technological innovation, collaboration, small agri-food business cases, entrepreneurial opportunities, cold chain technology management, disruptive technologies, and performance assessment through empirical analysis, case studies, and multimethod research in the food industry. The book comprehensively covers different interfaces of the food supply chain including procurement, processing, distribution, consumer, i.e., farm to fork. It provides solutions to various challenges such as globalization, food recalls, technological innovations, and consumer trust. This book will be of interest to researchers in the areas of the food supply chain, operations management, industrial engineering as well as professionals in the agri-food and allied industry.
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Forlag: Springer Verlag, Singapore
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 192
ISBN: 9789811655548
Format: 24 x 16 cm
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Chapter 1. Traceability and transparency through the use emerging technologies in agriculture supply chain.- Chapter 2. Analysing the critical success factors towards incorporating sustainability in food supply chain management.- Chapter 3. Entrepreneurial opportunities in agri-food supply chain.- Chapter 4. . Risk assessment for perishable food supply chain.- Chapter 5. The linkages between big data analytics and sustainable agriculture performance.- Chapter 6. The weak link in the agriculture supply chain: Lessons learnt from the impact of COVID-19 on the livelihood of farmers.- Chapter 7. Green technological approaches for food quality and safety in food supply chain.- Chapter 8. Transportation issues in food supply chains.- Chapter 9. The barriers for implementing cold storage systems in rural areas- A case study of rural areas in Bijapur, India.- Chapter 10. Changing consumer food preferences and its impact on agricultural supply chain management: A grounded theory approach.- Chapter 11. Role of artificial intelligence in agri-food business: solutions and potential.
Dr. Rahul S Mor is Assistant Professor at the Dept. of Food Engineering, National Institute of Food Technology Entrepreneurship and Management, Sonepat, India. He holds a Ph.D. in Industrial and Production Engineering, specializing in Food Supply Chain & Operations Analytics. His research has appeared in over 50 international refereed journals & conferences, and Chapters & Books in Springer, CRC, T&F, IGI, etc. His recent research focuses on 'Managing disruptions due to COVID-19, Benchmarking, Novel food processing, and Performance analysis in food industry'. He has exposure to executing R&C projects in the manufacturing and food sector. Dr. Mor is Managing Guest Editor: Operations Management Research (Springer Nature), Int. J. Logistics Research & Applications (Taylor & Francis); Guest Editor: IEEE Transactions on Engg. Mgmt. (IEEE); Associate Editor: Supply Chain Forum: An Int. Journal (Taylor & Francis); Editor: Int. J. Supply & Operations Management (KU); Editorial Board, Journal of Dairy Science (Elsevier), Int. J. Lean Thinking (SU), etc.

Dr. Sachin S. Kamble is a Professor of Strategy (Operations and Supply Chain Management) at EDHEC Business School, France. He holds a Ph.D. in Management, MBA in Operations, and a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering. Before joining EDHEC business school, he was associated with the National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE) Mumbai for 16 years. His teaching and research interests include analysing the impact of disruptive technologies such as industry 4.0, big data analytics, blockchain technology, and machine learning on sustainable supply chain performance. He focuses mainly on manufacturing and agriculture supply chains. He has more than 50 authored/co-authored publications in referred international journals such as Int. J of Production Economics, Int. J of Production Research, Computers in Industry, Computers and Operations Research, Int. J of Information Mgmt. Prof. Sachin closely works with the industry and has completed numerous consultancy assignments for leading manufacturing organizations that include Parle Ltd., ACC Ltd., Intas Pharmaceuticals Ltd., Mundra Ports & SEZ Ltd., TTK- LIG Ltd., Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd., Kochi Refineries Ltd., Glaxo Smith Kline and others. Prof. Sachin is presently guest editing special issues for International Journal of Production Research and Journal of Global Operations and Strategic Sourcing.

Dr. Kuldip Singh Sangwan is Shri B. K. Birla and Shrimati Sarala Birla Chair Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Birla Institute of Technology and Science Pilani, Pilani Campus, India. He is an active researcher in the field of sustainable manufacturing, green supply chain management, cyber-physical production systems, energy-efficient machining, industry 4.0, reverse logistics, lean manufacturing, life cycle engineering, and application of artificial intelligence in manufacturing system design. He has guided 11 PhDs and five are in progress. Prof. Sangwan has published more than 100 papers in international journals of repute like IJPR, PPC, IJOPM, JCLEPRO, Ann. Oper. Res., IJLCA, IJAMT, JMTM, etc. He has edited three books, including one from Springer. He has established Joint Indo-German Experience Lab, Sustainable Manufacturing & Life Cycle Engineering Lab, and Advanced Precision Lab at BITS Pilani, Pilani Campus. Prof. Sangwan is a fellow of the Institution of Engineers (India). He has worked on many government and industry-sponsored projects. Prof. Sangwan is working on a UNEP multi-nation project on sustainable production and consumption.