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Evaluation of the Parameters of the Green Supplier Selection Decision in Textile Industry

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Ocena parametrów decyzji selekcji ekologicznych dostawców w przemyśle włókienniczym
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Green issues are a popular topic in today’s business life, and it is possible to see green products or advertisements in many different places due to the demand for a healthier lifestyle. Companies that are willing to be a part of the green concept should integrate this philosophy in all departments. As a result, the procurement might be seen a crucial part of this integration. However, in the emerging markets, green issues might be pushed into the background due to the competitive environment. In this study, we investigated green and other parameters in the supplier selection decision in textile industry. A decision criteria list was created and evaluated by 28 experts using the fuzzy analytic hierarchy process. The results showed that green issues have an influence on the decision environment; however, classical parameters, such as cost, delivery reliability, quality, service, and strategic alliance still carry more priority compared to green criteria consisting of environmental management, green products, and pollution control.
Zagadnienia ekologiczne są bardzo istotne przy współczesnej produkcji. Wytwórcy, którzy chcą brać udział w wytwarzaniu i kształtowaniu ekologicznych zasad muszą brać pod uwagę wszystkie aspekty procesu wytwórczego. W tym opracowaniu badano ekologiczne aspekty wyboru dostawców biorąc pod uwagę również koszty dostawy produktów, warunki dostawy, jakość, system obsługi oraz uwarunkowania strategiczne.
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