Analysis of Challenges in Inventory Management to Augment Supply chain Profitability: A case study of Lucky Cement

Ahsan ul Haq Shaikh, Abdul Razaque Memon, Ali Raza, Hina Shaikh


Lucky Cement private constrained is considered as one of the Pakistan’s biggest quick moving Cement Maker Company. In arrange to improve its client fulfillment it offers a wide extend of items in terms of Cement, and cement based items. Lucky Cement has significant intrigued towards the Green Supply Chain Administration. Nevertheless, it is one of the changeableness assignments to execute the green supply chain administration over the conventional supply chain but it gets to be the need of the advanced time and its usage is advantageous through each angle of trade. The reason of this inquire about is to examine and analyze the challenges for Green Supply Chain Administration in Lucky Cement  private limited constrained and to supply proposals in this respect. The investigate discoveries are based on SWOT investigation and to uncover equality, shortcomings, openings and dangers with regard to challenges confronted by Lucky cement in executing Green Supply Chain Administration. A few convincible proposals is been given in this respect to overcome the challenges confronted by Lucky cement in actualizing or to receive the Green Supply Chain Administration..This investigate is of subjective in nature and burn case think about technique is utilized for point-by-point examination of Lucky cement as it were. Through non-probability, based inspecting strategy essential in hand information based on organized interviews was collected from concerns. The discoveries of the investigate concludes that the Lucky cement require execute Green Supply Chain Administration in its fabricating and crude fabric acquirement prepare and has sufficient potential to actualize it in arrange to improve efficiency and to manage with the client and the administrative weight. The company can contribute straightforwardly on nearby agriculturists by giving mindfulness so that they can make strides the abdicate of eatable oil seed edit, the company can too collaborate with their providers in arrange to center on switch coordination’s of their cement from clients for reusing reason or by getting skill of Green Supply Chain Administration experts.

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