Horticulture provides excellent opportunities in raising the income of the farmers even in the dry tracts. A significant shift towards horticulture is evident in the state with an increase in area and production. Supply Chain Management consists of all parties involved directly or indirectly in fulfilling a customer request. The enormous losses of fruits and vegetables produced in the country are mainly because of the lack of proper infrastructure for storage and transportation under controlled conditions. Of late, Supply Chain Management (SCM) is gaining importance due to globalization. This book helps to bring in more clarity to the subject, especially to look at if from an Indian perspective. The supply Chain Management of Horticultural Products in Karnataka with reference to HOPCOMS has been analyzed in this book. This book caters the needs of the students of MBA in Agribusiness Management, University of Mysore, Agricultural University and other National and International Institutions/organizations imparting Agribusiness Management Education.
Dr. H. M. Chandrashekar is an Assistant Professor of Agri-Business Management, Institute of Development Studies, and University of Mysore, Mysore, India. He is a member of Faculty of Commerce, University of Mysore, Course Co-ordinator, MBA (ABM). He has published more than 35 Research Article in National and International Journals.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Karnataka, Supply Chain Management, Horticultural Products
SCIENCE / Horticulture