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Contact Name
Aulia Zikri Rahman
Contact Email
azikrirahman@upi.edu
Phone
+6281327076691
Journal Mail Official
jlsc_upi@upi.edu
Editorial Address
Jalan Dr. Setiabudhi No.207 Bandung 40154 - Jawa Barat, Indonesia.
Location
Kota bandung,
Jawa barat
INDONESIA
Journal of Logistics and Supply Chain
ISSN : 27764397     EISSN : 27764400     DOI : https://doi.org/10.17509/jlsc
Core Subject : Engineering,
The Journal of Logistics and Supply Chain promotes research in the broad field of Logistics and Supply Chain with particular respect to Indonesia, but not limited to authorship or topical coverage within the region. Contributions are expected from senior researchers, project managers, research administrators and PhD students at advanced stages of their research, representing both public organizations and private industry. Equally, the journal if intended for scholars and students, reseachers working at research organizations and government agencies, and also for enterprises undertaking applied Research and Development to lead innovations. The editorial contents and elements that comprise the journal include: Theoretical articles Empirical studies Practice-oriented papers Case studies Review of papers, books, and resources. As far as the criteria for evaluating and accepting submissions is concerned, a rigorous review process will be used. Submitted papers will, prior to the formal review, be screened so as to ensure their suitability and adequacy to the journal. In addition, an initial quality control will be performed, so as to ensure matters such as language, style of references and others, comply with the journals style. The below mentioned areas are just indicative. The editorial board also welcomes innovative articles that redefine any Logistics and Supply Chain field. Logistics System Development E-Logistics International Logistics Logistics Information System Customer Relationship Management Material Handling Warehouse Management Inventory Management Procurement Freight Logistics Transport Management Supply Chain Management
Articles 11 Documents
Food Logistics Quality: Minimize Damage to Fresh Fruit Shipping in Covid-19 Era Vina Dwiyanti; Galuh Chisyti Nur Fadhilah; Indira Shaffiyah; Devanka Chelina; Erning Ertami Anton
Journal of Logistics and Supply Chain Vol 1, No 1 (2021): Journal of Logistics and Supply Chain
Publisher : Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (566.218 KB) | DOI: 10.17509/jlsc.v1i1.32825

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Food needs are the primary needs needed by all people in the world. Commodity food needs of fruits are needed by considering their quality. During the current Covid-19 pandemic, the demand for food delivery needs has greatly increased. The problem arises when the quality of the fruit is not suitable, it is damaged during delivery. This article aims to capture the quality of the fruit and how to minimize the damage in shipping. The method used in this study is a literature review using the source of scientific articles published in the last 10 years (2011-2021). The results of this study indicate that temperature, storage are the main factors in fruit delivery. In addition, in minimizing damage to fresh fruit in shipping, the use of a GPS-based temperature sensor is very good in maintaining the temperature during delivery as well as accurate information in real-time.
Food Agriculture Supply Chains during a Pandemic Hanissa Okitasari; Puji Handayani Kasih; Yasmin Mauliddina; Yunita Nugrahaini Safrudin
Journal of Logistics and Supply Chain Vol 1, No 1 (2021): Journal of Logistics and Supply Chain
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Nowdays COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic has affected almost all countries and has made an effect on the global supply chain in general and food agricultural supply chain in specific. The effect of this pandemic can be cluster by time period as the initial blockade period and as the later period of the pandemic. This new condition made us to pay attention about what differences before, during, and after the pandemic that will occur. The aim of this research are to know not only during the pandemic, but also what may be happen after the pandemic, especially on food agriculture supply chain. In this research we use literature study method which there are 9 articles has been reviewed. We find out that this pandemic not to significantly affect the structure of food agricultural supply chain, but there is a possibility to shorten the food agricultural supply chain if needed.
Analysis of Movement Generation for Rice Commodity In West Java Province Sabrina Mutiara Fajrin; Naissya Shafa Kamila Zahra; Dzakiyyah Yasmin Dzahabiyyah; Dwi Novi Wulansari; Benny Hamdi Rhoma Putra
Journal of Logistics and Supply Chain Vol 1, No 1 (2021): Journal of Logistics and Supply Chain
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (1338.83 KB) | DOI: 10.17509/jlsc.v1i1.32870

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West Java Province produces several superior commodities, especially in agriculture. Rice production needs to be increased through the movement of the flow of goods effectively and efficiently in logistics activities so that it can increase the rate of the economy in West Java Province. This study aims to analyze rice production on the movement of rice commodities in West Java Province. The research method uses descriptive quantitative methods. The data used in this study are data generated by the movement of rice commodities and data on rice production in West Java Province in 2016. The analytical approach used is linear regression and statistical tests are performed on the regression equation function to test the significance level. Based on the results of linear regression analysis, the function equation is y = 316.21 + 0.16x. It can be concluded that the greater the amount of rice production, the greater the generation of rice commodity movement. In addition, from statistical tests, it can be seen that the amount of rice production has a strong relationship and has a positive and significant linear effect on the rise of the movement of rice commodities in West Java.
Study of Logistic Transportation Based on The Movement of Agricultural Commodities In Aceh Province Zafir Istawa Pramoedya; Hasna Nabila Kusuma Wicaksono; Syifa Fauziah; Dwi Novi Wulansari; Revy Safitri
Journal of Logistics and Supply Chain Vol 1, No 1 (2021): Journal of Logistics and Supply Chain
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Transportation is still a problem in every region in Indonesia, including in Aceh Province. As the node of sea transportation, ports have an increasingly large role in economic development in line with the increasing importance of ports in logistical activities. This study aims to examine logistics transportation based on the movement of agricultural commodities in Aceh Province. The research method uses descriptive quantitative methods with a secondary data analysis approach. The data used in this study are data of the movement of goods and data on agricultural products in Aceh Province. The data analysis approach used linear regression and was validated through the coefficient of determination and correlation test as well as the t-test and ANOVA test. Based on the results of analysis and statistical validation, it can be seen that agricultural products have a positive and significant linear relationship with the generation of movement of goods in Aceh Province.
A review: The Role of Warehouse Laboratory for Higher Education Hizba Muhammad Sadida; Pebi Yuda Pratama; Hanissa Okitasari
Journal of Logistics and Supply Chain Vol 1, No 1 (2021): Journal of Logistics and Supply Chain
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An unwell-prepared graduate from logistic education is being a key issue which has been being discussed by government, practitioners, education institutions and economic units as well as who will get benefits of this education by the possibility of obtaining a competent graduate. Warehouse laboratory is the solution for fulfilling the gap where competencies could be developed which is required by industry. This paper aims to explain the process of implementation and utilization of warehouse laboratory at the higher education Introduction. Hence, warehouse laboratory has a pivotal role in the development logistics education that is not only for education and research but also for preparing graduate students to be a competent workforce which is required by industry.
Readiness to Implement Smart Logistics from an International Perspective : A Review Aulia Zikri Rahman; Vina Dwiyanti; Akhsin Nurlayli
Journal of Logistics and Supply Chain Vol 1, No 1 (2021): Journal of Logistics and Supply Chain
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Modern logistics technology may be the key to breaking the deadlock. Utilizing modern logistics technology to build an efficient logistics platform is an effective way to capture opportunities in today's global competitive environment. However, modern logistics still encounter several challenges. Fortunately, the development of big data and smart technology has driven the development of smart logistics. Building a smart logistics platform is conducive to controlling costs, increasing efficiency, reducing energy consumption, etc. With advances in information technology, the existing modern logistics technology can be enhanced to produce maximum and measurable output. This paper aims to discuss findings about the extent to which artificial intelligence is applied in supporting logistical activities by targeting several previous studies. The following literature study aims to determine the level of usability that has been applied in the implementation stage. In order to obtain data or information, proposers conduct a review of previous studies. This literature study was carried out with the aim of seeing the level of satisfaction and usability of the use of Artificial Intelligence in the logistics sector from the stakeholder's point of view. The information obtained in the discussion section shows that use shows a significant impact on indicators of effectiveness, efficiency, and productivity levels.
LIVE MONITORING DISTRIBUTION AS AN EFFORT TO ACHIEVE FOOD SELF-SUFFECIENCY Vina Dwiyanti
Journal of Logistics and Supply Chain Vol 1, No 2 (2021): Journal of Logistics and Supply Chain
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (285.754 KB) | DOI: 10.17509/jlsc.v1i2.39905

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Fulfilling food needs in Indonesia faces various problems such as scarcity of food commodities, high prices, difficulty in access. These problems include the high number of food imports, so that price competition is increasingly difficult for local products. On the other hand, technological developments have entered various fields including distribution, sales, and food consumption. This challenge is an opportunity for Indonesia's food distribution to be able to meet the needs of various food commodities. This study aims to find a solution and strategy in an effort to realize Indonesia's Food Self-Sufficiency. This study uses the Literature Review method, which uses sources of scientific articles from various sources of national and international journals. The results obtained show that the Live Monitoring Distribution system can be used as an alternative tool used to determine the availability and distribution of food needs to all regions in Indonesia in real-time using three-color indications. This system can meet food needs in the right quantity, right quality, on time, and the most efficient food distribution logistics costs based on the information available in real time. Thus, the availability of food in Indonesia will be evenly distributed throughout the region and Indonesia will be able to realize the welfare of the people through Food Self-Sufficiency. 
Study of Use of Cable Cars as a Logistics Support to Rural Area in Garut, West Java Wiku Larutama; Pebi Yuda Pratama; Sabrina Mutiara Fajrin
Journal of Logistics and Supply Chain Vol 1, No 2 (2021): Journal of Logistics and Supply Chain
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Cable cars as a means of transporting goods and passengers have been applied in several countries. Cable cars can reach areas with difficult terrain to reach so as to support logistic systems for rural areas that have hard-to-reach terrain. The southern district of Garut Regency has extensive agricultural and plantation land and terrain that is quite difficult to reach so that the installation of cable cars will be able to provide the community with ease in transporting agricultural products. The existence of a cable car that has been installed in Sutenjaya Village, Lembang will facilitate development because it can be used as a pilot project.Cable cars as a means of transporting goods and passengers have been applied in several countries. Cable cars can reach areas with difficult terrain to reach so as to support logistic systems for rural areas that have hard-to-reach terrain. The southern district of Garut Regency has extensive agricultural and plantation land and terrain that is quite difficult to reach so that the installation of cable cars will be able to provide the community with ease in transporting agricultural products. The existence of a cable car that has been installed in Sutenjaya Village, Lembang will facilitate development because it can be used as a pilot project.
Barriers of Distance Learning in studied English for Logistics: Literature Review Saskia Kanisaa P; Dwi Novi Wulansari
Journal of Logistics and Supply Chain Vol 1, No 2 (2021): Journal of Logistics and Supply Chain
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In 2020, we have to face another big problem not only in Indonesia but the whole world suffers from a global pandemic, named the Covid-19 virus. Education has also received a significant impact that made the government and universities keep on track on how to keep education in Indonesia running well, but without endangering the health of all interested parties. Thanks to technology, we can use the distance learning method for studies for now. Unfortunately, in Indonesia, there are many barriers to use this method. In this paper, the authors use a literature review method for knowing the barriers of distance learning in Technical and Vocational Education Training (TVET) especially for study English for Logistics Engineer.  
Process and Evaluation of Online Learning in the Introduction to Management Course of Logistics Engineering Study Program, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia Pebi Yuda Pratama
Journal of Logistics and Supply Chain Vol 1, No 2 (2021): Journal of Logistics and Supply Chain
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Covid-19 Pandemic in recent years forces urgent application of online learning in all levels of education. The implementation of online learning, especially at the higher level of education, uses various kinds of learning media, including Zoom application, Google Classroom, Google Meet, Youtube, Quizizz, Whatsapp, and several other applications. Introduction to Management is one of the compulsories first semester courses for students of the Logistics Engineering Study Program, UPI. This study wants to know how the process and evaluation of online learning affect the overall education in introduction to management course. Observation and sociometry methods in the form of evaluation rubric was used to get the data needed regarding how the students interact with their group when they do assignments.The problems in online learning such as power outages, internet network problems, packets running out can be resolved by balancing the use of video conference and WhatsApp media. The distribution of the evaluation rubric given to students at the end of the lecture is better to know it earlier, so that cases of inactivity of one of the students in group assignments can be anticipated.

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