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Cases on International Business Logistics in the Middle East ; : 143-156, 2023.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-2296051


Organizations confront falling demand and, as a result, operational and financial restrictions during difficult economic times. The purpose of this case study is to examine the influence of COVID-19 on the SC of a steel fabrication manufacturer in Egypt, named Ghazala Steel Fabrication Company, as the massive dispersion of COVID-19 is seen as a global shock. Furthermore, the pandemic effects are being felt globally in various ways, including all SC operations, manufacturing costs, and logistical activities. The case study used primary data collection methods to investigate and analyze the impact of COVID-19 on SC performance on Ghazala's SC performance. Semi-structured interviews and site observations were used to analyze and discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the steel industry SCs and how it affected all relevant stakeholders. © 2023 by IGI Global. All rights reserved.

Cases on International Business Logistics in the Middle East ; : 1-342, 2023.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-2290475


The importance of supply chain and logistics knowledge has been growing significantly with the beginning of the new millennium, especially after the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak, as logistics and international transport perform one of the most essential services of the modern globalized and interconnected world. This influence of the new dynamic world brings both challenges and motivation for researchers and practitioners with interests in this field. Further study on the opportunities and difficulties of business logistics is essential to protect the future of international business. Cases on International Business Logistics in the Middle East provides innovative information on logistics and supply chain management and delivers insights into contemporary findings of logistics and supply chain based on real case studies. Covering critical topics such as manufacturing, warehousing, air transport, and big data, this reference work is ideal for managers, executives, business owners, researchers, scholars, academicians, practitioners, instructors, and students. © 2023 by IGI Global. All rights reserved.

8th International Conference on Advanced Materials and Systems, ICAMS 2020 ; : 257-261, 2020.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1360953


COVID-19 has now unleashed a global supply chain crisis across a huge number of organizations, stemming from a lack of understanding and flexibility of the multiple layers of their global supply chains. In addition to the lack of efficient management through unpredicted events and occasions. Drawing on extended resources based view and resilience theory, this paper attempts to shed the light on the mediating role of resilience between supply chain integration and organizational performance represented in quality, cost and delivery performance during the COVID-19 pandemic. 224 questionnaires were collected and analyzed through process macro technique proposed by Andrew Hayes to test the mediating role of resilience. The results indicated that resilience can significantly mediate the relationship between supply chain integration and quality, cost and delivery performance. Therefore, this paper contributes to both extended resources based view and resilience theory. As it empathize on how organizations can acquire a unique bundle of resources through integration, which will allow them to maintain a desirable level of performance during market disruption through building resilience. The results will practically guide organizations to invest in building resilience in order to be able to cope with unexpected events that disrupts the business environment such as COVID19. © Toate drepturile asupra acestei ediţii sunt rezervate editorilor.