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Type: Artigo
Title: Brazilian logistics practitioners’ perceptions on sustainability : an exploratory study
Author: Martins, Vitor William Batista
Anholon, Rosley
Sanchez-Rodrigues, Vasco
Leal Filho, Walter
Quelhas, Osvaldo Luiz Gonçalves
Abstract: Confronting globalization, logistics systems need to achieve greater efficiency in processes to be competitive. Competitiveness is not related only to economic aspects; companies need to perform their activities aligned to the triple bottom line concept. In this context, the main objective of this research is to analyze how Brazilian professionals think about sustainable logistics through an exploratory study. A set of 33 indicators, compiled from a literature review, was used to develop a research instrument applied in a survey of 50 professionals working with logistics processes in Brazilian companies. First, the Cronbach's alpha was run to verify the questionnaire reliability. Respondents were grouped through cluster hierarchical analysis, and their answers were analyzed through TOPSIS technique. The results from the sample analysis showed that Brazilian professionals think in the three dimensions of TBL when considering sustainable logistics systems; however, social aspects are relegated to a second level of importance when compared with environmental and economic indicators. In addition, it is possible to highlight that most important environmental aspects are directly related to economic objectives. There are few studies examining sustainable logistics system in Brazilian companies that consider the purpose mentioned by evidencing originality in the same way as this current study. The results presented here can contribute to amplifying debates in the theme
Subject: Sustentabilidade
Country: Reino Unido
Editor: Emerald
Rights: Fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1108/IJLM-02-2020-0091
Date Issue: 2020
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