The Implementation of Halal Supply Chain With Private Blockchain in Indonesia

Julius Cancer Zain, Gema Tedja Nugraha, Raden Didiet Rachmat Hidayat, Tenaka Budiman, Agus Setiawan

Abstract


Since Indonesia is the country with the largest Muslim population, the demand for halal products is increasing. Indonesia has not taken the advantage of these opportunities, such as, the implementation of supply chain activities were not integrated with stakeholders like suppliers, factories, transportation, logistics and retailers.  This is what has happened in PT Multi Terminal Indonesia warehousing with their halal storage. This paper explains the problem with a private blockchain technology that will help the integration and transparency of every data activities from stakeholders. This paper uses SWOT analysis and Qualitative research to determine the impact and to clearly describe the application of this system. The result of the analysis of the occurrence of collaboration between stakeholders in halal supply chain activities is synergistic and transparent. The use of the Private Blockchain will increase customer trust in halal products which raises awareness of the importance of halal supply chain. Moreover, private blockchain in transportation and logistics activities can be accessed by the customer through smartphones QR code  to  achieve lean logistics. It changes the mindset of consumers to switch and believe in using products based on the Halal supply chain so that Indonesians escape from the current issue of religion.  The writers’ propose is  to manage the Halal supply chain with the Private Blockchain in Indonesia by the Government,in this case the designated State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs). To introduce this system the government must socialize the above and below the Line.


Keywords


awareness; consumers; halal Products; muslim; private blockchain; transparency; trust

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.25292/atlr.v1i1.18

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