Impact of Green Supply Chain Management Practices on Environment Performance and Competitve Advantage

  • Fahad Saddique, Nauman Mushtaq, Zara Imran, Muhammad Nawaz, Muhammad Usman


Supply chain contains all roles which is involved through directly or indirectly to fulfil the customer demand. The important factors involved in supply chain are customer, manufacturer, purchasing, wholesaler, transportation and retailers. Supply chain management take the responsibility of designing, planning, executing, controlling and monitoring of supply chain activity with the purpose of building competitive infrastructure, leveraging global logistics and much more. Green supply chain management introduce the sustainability in development of every field of production and operational management. So that, the present supply chain management aims to find out the combination among environmental performance, green suppliers, competitive advantages and green innovation in the field of industries as we know industrial sector is very important for all developing countries. So after finding and analyzing the GSCM practices, these are being applied in manufacturing of poles. Our result shows that there is positive relation between environmental performance and competitive advantages with the use of green supply chain management practices i.e. Green supplier, green innovation and green manufacturing. It shows an important positive relationship among green innovation with environmental performance and environmental performance with competitive advantage.