Purpose (1) The purpose of this study is to review the challenges faced by Halal warehouses during the implementation of Islamic Shariah Compliance from a global perspective. (2) Proposing a recommended framework to improve Islamic Shariah Compliance in Malaysian Halal warehouse. Design/methodology/approach – This paper adopts related literature for reviewing purposes from several databases. Findings – Implementing Halal concept in warehouses faced more challenges like contamination factors, the high cost to fulfil the Halal requirement, the management’s lack of awareness, the complexity to obtain a Halal certificate, the lack of government support, the lack of collaboration between logistic service providers, and the lack of communication between the Halal certification bodies and the consumer. To overcome these issues, a future framework has been introduced where these challenges can be overcome and develop a new Halal warehouse culture in Malaysia. Research limitations/implications – Lack of proper literature guideline on the implementation of Halal port operations. Originality/value – Proposing the best solution to overcome the issues, a suggested framework has been introduced where these challenges can be overcome and develop a new Halal warehouse culture in Malaysia.
|Number of pages||6|
|Journal||Journal of Maritime Research|
|Publication status||Published - 25 Aug 2023|
- Halal Warehouse
- Islamic Shariah Compliance