Impact of E-Logistics on Warehousing Management Performance at English Biscuit Manufacturing

Ghulam Naseer Shah, Muhammad Asim

Abstract


The main objective of the study was to determine the impact of e-logistics on warehousing management performance at English biscuit manufacturing. The study utilized quantitative research design for investigating the effects of information visibility and sharing in e-logistics, real time communication, real time forecasting decision and cost saving in E-Logistics on warehouse management performance. Quality, response, cost and productivity levels were taken as indicators of warehouse performance. Data was collected individuals currently serving English Biscuit Manufacturing to explore their perception regarding the impact of e-logistics processes on the warehousing management performance. The total number of respondents were 233 among them 85 were female and 148 were male. The results suggested that information visibility and sharing in e-logistics, real time communication, real time forecasting decision and cost saving significantly affects warehousing management performance. The need to introduce e-logistics in Pakistani manufacturing companies and training staff regarding the use of e-logistics to improve productivity was suggested in the recommendations of the study.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/bms.v10i2.15093

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