Identifying and Analyzing the Risk Factors of Sustainable Supply Chain Management in Textile Sector

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Sustainable supply chain management is a management process that combines economic, social and environmental contribution and foresees making certain decisions and planning at every stage of the supply chain line. With the understanding of sustainable management style, companies keep environmental traceability in the foreground, provide necessary regulations, take important steps in social environment cooperation and achieve economic efficiency while doing all these. In addition to the economic investments required to make their supply chains more effective with a developing sustainability understanding, companies should also consider the risks that environmental and social factors may bring, taking into account the level of uncertainty in the future and their decisions. While the risk factor is accepted as the uncertainty associated with the occurrence of any event; on the other hand, risk management is strategically important in the planning of contingencies. Risk management in the supply chain is effective in identifying and analyzing risk factors in the economic and production cycle and in producing proactive solutions against risks. With the effect of the rapidly increasing population of the world, there is a significant increase in textile consumption. In this study, for risk assessment in sustainable supply chain management for the textile sector; covered under the main headings of supply, production, distribution, customer, reverse logistics and within the framework of economic, social and environmental subheadings. Potential risks are determined by reviewing the literature and taking opinions from textile sector employees. As a result of the study, it is aimed to develop a comprehensive framework for Sustainable Supply Chain Risk Management (SSCRM). Important strategies such as the ability to transform textile wastes into the raw materials of value-added products with appropriate technologies, which are included in the sustainability of textiles, are presented.


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FMEA, Risk Factors, Risk Management, Sustainable Supply Chain, Sustainable Supply Chain Management


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