Risk Management of Agroindustry Supply Chain using Logistics Performance Perspective

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Rika Ampuh Hadiguna
Sandra Sandra


this study has successfully developed a risk based performance prediction model of sustainable palm oil supply chain. Application of non-numeric method proved quite effective in providing performance predictions. The developed model was verified by applying the model to predict the performance of Indonesia palm oil supply chain. Result of predictions model has also been validated by comparing predicted results with the current situation. This was show that the model is valid. Performance prediction of Indonesia palm oil supply chain in the next year is poor. Performance prediction of each aspect is ordinary. Performance prediction of each indicator in general is ordinary except demand, quality of finished product, timeline of delivery and inventory is very good. In addition, applications of proposed model also need to be tested more widely.


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