Between Halal Logistics And Halal Policies

Euis Saribanon, Okin Purba, Lira Agushinta


As a pioneer of one of the supply chain companies that have the Halal Assurance Certificate, PT YCH Indonesia must be able to maintain halal during the supply chain process and ensure the distributed products do not contaminate halal products with non-halal products. The aim of the study is to find out the effectiveness of the implementation of Halal logistics and how to implement the Halal Policy at PT YCH Indonesia. This research was carried out with a qualitative method that provides an overview of the implementation of Halal Logistics. This data collection was carried out through direct observation to the field, interviews with 5 informants and literature studies and then analyzed with exploratory descriptive techniques. The results show that PT YCH has effectively carried out halal logistics activities consisting of the process of managing the procurement, movement, storage, and handling of materials and supplies of semi-finished goods both food and non-food along with related information and documentation flow through company organizations and supply chains


Halal Logistics, Halal Policy, Implementation

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