The halal concept on logistic Islamic practices in Malaysia

Halal is an Arabic term that means permitted or lawful. The opposite word of Halal is Haram which means forbidden and unlawful. Halal logistics is the process of controlling the material flow and information flow throughout the supply chain by following the Halal standard. The material flow include...

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Main Authors: Ahmad Razimi, Mohd Shahril, Romle, Abd Rahim, Mohd Rashid, Nur ‘Arifah
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spelling my.uum.repo.219132017-04-30T03:48:02Z http://repo.uum.edu.my/21913/ The halal concept on logistic Islamic practices in Malaysia Ahmad Razimi, Mohd Shahril Romle, Abd Rahim Mohd Rashid, Nur ‘Arifah BP Islam. Bahaism. Theosophy, etc TS Manufactures Halal is an Arabic term that means permitted or lawful. The opposite word of Halal is Haram which means forbidden and unlawful. Halal logistics is the process of controlling the material flow and information flow throughout the supply chain by following the Halal standard. The material flow includes transportation, storage and terminal operations.Malaysia has a total population of Muslim in Malaysia of 1.7 millions which 61.4 percent from the total population.Malaysia is accredited by the United Nations (UN) as the best country in Halal production of products and has a good standing image among other Muslim countries.This paper shows the application of Halal in industry activities are being questioned whether it is mixed with non-Halal or not.The lifestyle of Muslim consumers in Malaysia has make them eager to have a better understanding regarding Halal concept in products and services including the making process in production. The outcome expected from the study is about the Halal concept in logistics is improving the Islamic practices in Malaysia. IDOSI Publications 2017 Article PeerReviewed application/pdf en http://repo.uum.edu.my/21913/1/EJAS%209%201%202017%20%2011-15.pdf Ahmad Razimi, Mohd Shahril and Romle, Abd Rahim and Mohd Rashid, Nur ‘Arifah (2017) The halal concept on logistic Islamic practices in Malaysia. European Journal of Applied Sciences, 9 (1). pp. 11-15. ISSN 2079-2077 https://www.idosi.org/ejas/9(1)17/3.pdf
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Ahmad Razimi, Mohd Shahril
Romle, Abd Rahim
Mohd Rashid, Nur ‘Arifah
The halal concept on logistic Islamic practices in Malaysia
description Halal is an Arabic term that means permitted or lawful. The opposite word of Halal is Haram which means forbidden and unlawful. Halal logistics is the process of controlling the material flow and information flow throughout the supply chain by following the Halal standard. The material flow includes transportation, storage and terminal operations.Malaysia has a total population of Muslim in Malaysia of 1.7 millions which 61.4 percent from the total population.Malaysia is accredited by the United Nations (UN) as the best country in Halal production of products and has a good standing image among other Muslim countries.This paper shows the application of Halal in industry activities are being questioned whether it is mixed with non-Halal or not.The lifestyle of Muslim consumers in Malaysia has make them eager to have a better understanding regarding Halal concept in products and services including the making process in production. The outcome expected from the study is about the Halal concept in logistics is improving the Islamic practices in Malaysia.
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author Ahmad Razimi, Mohd Shahril
Romle, Abd Rahim
Mohd Rashid, Nur ‘Arifah
author_facet Ahmad Razimi, Mohd Shahril
Romle, Abd Rahim
Mohd Rashid, Nur ‘Arifah
author_sort Ahmad Razimi, Mohd Shahril
title The halal concept on logistic Islamic practices in Malaysia
title_short The halal concept on logistic Islamic practices in Malaysia
title_full The halal concept on logistic Islamic practices in Malaysia
title_fullStr The halal concept on logistic Islamic practices in Malaysia
title_full_unstemmed The halal concept on logistic Islamic practices in Malaysia
title_sort halal concept on logistic islamic practices in malaysia
publisher IDOSI Publications
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url http://repo.uum.edu.my/21913/1/EJAS%209%201%202017%20%2011-15.pdf
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