Analysis of a sustainable supply chain in the leather sector

Analysis of a sustainable supply chain in the leather sector

Anicia Jaegler 

Kedge Business School 680 cours de la libération, F-33405 Talence, France

Page: 
617-634
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DOI: 
https://doi.org/10.3166/JESA.49.617-634
Received: 
14 May 2015
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Accepted: 
20 October 2015
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Published: 
31 December 2016
| Citation
Abstract: 

Today, companies have two challenges in particular: the sustainable awareness and the criticality of the resources. The case illustrates how the green Périgord (French area), faced with different local actors, has the desire to achieve a new sustainable supply chain. The leather industry is presented to show the context then the particularities of the territory and its actors. The central issue in the discussion is to find the main issues of this type of supply chain, how to implicate shareholders through collaboration. Findings of this paper will prove essential for a sustainable supply chain to have sustainable friendly actors, to collaborate and to identify gains for each player. These gains could be in terms of image, monetary, securing of local supply of high quality raw materials, safe products, and local job creation.

Keywords: 

sustainability, leather, supply chain, supply chain management, sustainable supply chain.

1. Introduction
2. État de l’art
3. Contexte
4. Chaîne logistique du cuir
5. Projet
6. Analyse et résultats
Remerciement
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