SAKAEO PROVINCE DAIRY MILK PRODUCT’S COLLABORATION SUPPLY CHAIN PERFORMANCE ON COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE FOR ENTERING THE SAKAEO SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE

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ปรียาวดี ผลเอนก ธนัฎฐ์ตฤณ บุนนาค

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The purposes of this research were to study the influence of collaboration supply chain influenced on Sakaeo Province milk product’s supply chain management performance. The sample of this study was the employee who involved in outsourcing procurement; there were 36 people by using self-enumeration method to collect data. The tool used in research was questionnaires. In addition, we used the percentage, factor analysis (Principal Component Analysis: PCA) and multiple linear regression. The results of the research found that there was multicollinearity problem, so principal component analysis can be conceptualized as a six dimensional construct: procurement advantage, supply chain flexibility, relation between customers-supplier, information sharing, the linkage with supply chain and trust among supply chain member. Furthermore, after testing research hypotheses by multiple linear regression; we found that these six constructs all have significant influenced on the performance of Sakaeo Province dairy milk product’s supply chain management at .01.

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ผลเอนกป., & บุนนาคธ. (2017). SAKAEO PROVINCE DAIRY MILK PRODUCT’S COLLABORATION SUPPLY CHAIN PERFORMANCE ON COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE FOR ENTERING THE SAKAEO SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE. Journal of Industrial Education, 16(3), 186-193. Retrieved from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JIE/article/view/129149
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