• ทำนอง ชิดชอบ Program in Logistic Management, Faculty of Management Science Surindra Rajabhat University Surin Province
  • ลลนา สุขพิศาล Program in Logistic Management, Faculty of Management Science Surindra Rajabhat University Surin Province
  • ประทีป ดวงแว่ว Program in Logistic Management, Faculty of Management Science Surindra Rajabhat University Surin Province


Driving force stakeholders, Green supply chain management, Manufacturing industry


Driving force of stakeholders, which generated from customers, material suppliers, business competitors, social, executives, and employees, are considered as a causal factor that makes the manufacturing industries to adopt a green supply chain management system due to the increase of global warming. The green supply chain management, as a business management tool, does not only support the success and profitability of a business but also helps to create an environmentally-friendly operation of the organization. Most  portantly, the green supply chain management contributes to a sustainable reduction of global warming. All factors are the critical key to business success and a competitive advantage. Furthermore, all factors will be used for research support and strategic planning in the organization. Finally, it will be a guideline that can benefit the improvement of business operations supported by the state to promote the production and consumption of eco-friendly products of the manufacturing industries in Thailand.


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ชิดชอบ ท., สุขพิศาล ล., & ดวงแว่ว ป. (2018). RIVING FORCE FACTORS OF STAKEHOLDERS IN GREEN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT THAT AFFECT THE BUSINESS PERFORMANCE OF MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIE. Academic Journal Phranakhon Rajabhat University, 9(1), 238–250. Retrieved from https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJPU/article/view/110851



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