Mango supply chain

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Publication date: 15 May Abstract Purpose The purpose of this paper is to identify the factors and most significant reasons leading to supply chain inefficiency with respect to high cost, high lead time and poor quality at wholesale stage of mango supply chain in India, and also to find out the measures which may be taken to improve supply chain efficiency. Also, the measures have been identified for only the most significant reasons under each factor leading to supply chain inefficiency with respect to cost, time and quality. The study also estimates the Benefit Cost Ratio BCR for mango farmers and examines the distribution of the added value among the value chain actors-farmers, traders and retailers. The study reveals that there was a huge potential for farmers in growing mango fruit, while the post-harvest loss was found very high and a lots of middlemen were exist in the chain. The research outcomes need to be applied by the policy makers, researchers and the implementers for the betterment of the farmers and consumers. A value chain model was developed and confirmed by more than two hundred respondents comprises of all the value chain actors, including farmers, traders, retailers, consumers, and other stakeholders. Both primary and secondary data were used in this research, and a simple statistical techniques were used for analysing the data. It was also found that operational factor is the most significant factor leading to supply chain inefficiency. Factors have been identified using factor analysis and the measures to improve supply chain efficiency in fruits sector have been found out through semi-structured interviews with agri- and food-supply chain experts. The study also highlighted the measures for improving supply chain efficiency based on the outcome of the interviews. This paper tries to fulfil the gap and contributed to the literature on agriculture supply chain, which may be helpful for the researchers as well as the practitioners to improve food supply chain pertaining to developing countries. Findings Based on the factor analysis, three factors were identified for high cost, namely, operational charges, labour and resources; four factors were identified for high lead time, namely, operational issues, labour, resources and infrastructure; and four factors were identified for poor quality, namely, operational issues, infrastructure, resources and poor ambience. Mango Supply Chain and Value Chain Analysis from Farm to Market Mahbub Alam Abstract Abstract - The study evaluates the traditional mango fruit supply chain and finds opportunities and challenges of traditional practices, and analyses the value chain mango from farm to market.

The study also estimates the Benefit Cost Ratio BCR for mango farmers and examines the distribution of the added value among the value chain actors-farmers, traders and retailers. A value chain model was developed and confirmed by more than two hundred respondents comprises of all the value chain actors, including farmers, traders, retailers, consumers, and other stakeholders.

Both primary and secondary data were used in this research, and a simple statistical techniques were used for analysing the data.

Factors have been identified using factor analysis and the measures to improve supply chain efficiency in fruits sector have been found out through semi-structured interviews with agri- and food-supply chain experts. This paper tries to fulfil the gap and contributed to the literature on agriculture supply chain, which may be helpful for the researchers as well as the practitioners to improve food supply chain pertaining to developing countries.

Also, the measures have been identified for only the most significant reasons under each factor leading to supply chain inefficiency with respect to cost, time and quality. Findings Based on the factor analysis, three factors were identified for high cost, namely, operational charges, labour and resources; four factors were identified for high lead time, namely, operational issues, labour, resources and infrastructure; and four factors were identified for poor quality, namely, operational issues, infrastructure, resources and poor ambience.

It was also found that operational factor is the most significant factor leading to supply chain inefficiency. The study reveals that there was a huge potential for farmers in growing mango fruit, while the post-harvest loss was found very high and a lots of middlemen were exist in the chain.

The study also highlighted the measures for improving supply chain efficiency based on the outcome of the interviews.

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The research outcomes need to be applied by the policy makers, researchers and the implementers for the betterment of the farmers and consumers. Publication date: 15 May Abstract Purpose The purpose of this paper is to identify the factors and most significant reasons leading to supply chain inefficiency with respect to high cost, high lead time and poor quality at wholesale stage of mango supply chain in India, and also to find out the measures which may be taken to improve supply chain efficiency.

Mango Supply Chain and Value Chain Analysis from Farm to Market Mahbub Alam Abstract Abstract - The study evaluates the traditional mango fruit supply chain and finds opportunities and challenges of traditional practices, and analyses the value chain mango from farm to market.

Findings Based on the factor analysis, three factors were identified for high cost, namely, operational charges, labour and resources; four factors were identified for high lead time, namely, operational issues, labour, resources and infrastructure; and four factors were identified for poor quality, namely, operational issues, infrastructure, resources and poor ambience. A value chain model was developed and confirmed by more than two hundred respondents comprises of all the value chain actors, including farmers, traders, retailers, consumers, and other stakeholders. Both primary and secondary data were used in this research, and a simple statistical techniques were used for analysing the data. The study also highlighted the measures for improving supply chain efficiency based on the outcome of the interviews. Mango Supply Chain and Value Chain Analysis from Farm to Market Mahbub Alam Abstract Abstract - The study evaluates the traditional mango fruit supply chain and finds opportunities and challenges of traditional practices, and analyses the value chain mango from farm to market. Publication date: 15 May Abstract Purpose The purpose of this paper is to identify the factors and most significant reasons leading to supply chain inefficiency with respect to high cost, high lead time and poor quality at wholesale stage of mango supply chain in India, and also to find out the measures which may be taken to improve supply chain efficiency. The study reveals that there was a huge potential for farmers in growing mango fruit, while the post-harvest loss was found very high and a lots of middlemen were exist in the chain. Also, the measures have been identified for only the most significant reasons under each factor leading to supply chain inefficiency with respect to cost, time and quality. The study also estimates the Benefit Cost Ratio BCR for mango farmers and examines the distribution of the added value among the value chain actors-farmers, traders and retailers. Factors have been identified using factor analysis and the measures to improve supply chain efficiency in fruits sector have been found out through semi-structured interviews with agri- and food-supply chain experts. It was also found that operational factor is the most significant factor leading to supply chain inefficiency. This paper tries to fulfil the gap and contributed to the literature on agriculture supply chain, which may be helpful for the researchers as well as the practitioners to improve food supply chain pertaining to developing countries. The research outcomes need to be applied by the policy makers, researchers and the implementers for the betterment of the farmers and consumers.
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