Integrating lean and green supply chain management systems in manufacturing
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Research shows that modifying manufacturers’ supply chains to integrate both lean and green supply chain management systems permits achievement of sustainability goals. However, the literature highlighted a need for empirical research to validate the influence of lean and green manufacturing systems. This research examines lean and green supply chain management practices and business performance, identifies factors that contribute to successful attainment of sustainability and examines the role of procurement in enhancing an organisation’s sustainable performance.
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