Effect of Green Logistics Practices on Performance of Supply Chains in Multinational Organizations in Kenya

Lameck M. Mogeni, David .M. Kiarie


The purpose for this paper was to explore the effect of green logistics practices on performance of supply chains in multinational organizations. The study was carried on 10 multinational organizations in Kenya, specifically focusing on the following departments; procurement, human resources, environment specialists, and administrators, where the study picked at least four senior officers from each. In developing countries like Kenya green logistic practices in paramount for tomorrow’s energy ingesting. This study did pilot test to ascertain the reliability of the instruments. Objective: The study aimed at findings of remedial measures on performance of supply chain in multinational organizations in Kenya. This resulted to great significance of the study and a replication of the findings in the Kenyan context. The study recommends similar studies to other national organizations so as to validate their outcomes with this study and, then a comparative analysis for future strategies in this area.

Keywords: eco design, green purchasing, reverse logistics, responsive packaging and performance of supply chain

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