Conceptual fluidity model for resilient agroindustry supply chains

Alfredo Bueno-Solano, Ernesto A. Lagarda-Leyva, Marco A. Miranda-Ackerman, José M. Velarde-Cantú, Karla Gabriela Pérez

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Abstract

Fluidity models in the supply chain privilege the sustainable integration of capabilities and collaboration among its members in order to guarantee an efficient and safe flow of resources throughout all its processes. This research proposes a fluidity model for the agroindustry supply chain as a solution with regard to the sector’s needs of supply chain processes, and opportunities to collaborate within the field of innovation and sustainability through of traceability and proactive risk management as a tool for creating resilient systems. The model is based on a holistic vision that will allow it to adapt to an ever more complex and continuously transformed global environment that demands solutions to assess the global impact of local decision-making in the supply chain over a period of time, considering its implications and contributions to the agroindustry and agro-logistics sector. Finally, pertinent research areas are identified in the integration of agroindustry supply chain echelons.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)281-293
Number of pages13
JournalProduction and Manufacturing Research
Volume10
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2022
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • agro-logistics
  • agroindustry fluidity model
  • efficient and resilient systems
  • Supply chain flow

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