The Supply Chain Management System of Guava and Bananas from Agriculture in the case of Agricultural Groups in Accordance with the Concept of Sufficiency Economy Nakhon Pathom

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Kristya Jandasang*, Jarinthip Prapairak, Jirawat Chucharoen, Yothin Sawangdee


The purpose of this study is to study the knowledge and understanding management system of participants in a project. The purpose of this study is to study the supply chain of farmers, and the cultivation of guava and banana in the target population in Fotung Province. With the change of supply chain management system, guava and banana are from farmers to farmers. Adequate economy Supply Chain Management of Potato and Banana in Supply Chain Management Practice The results of this study show that agriculture is consistent with adequate economic concepts in the province of Buddha. Fifty people were studied qualitatively by the whole triangle method. Probabilistic sampling of data collection, probabilistic sampling, and all data analysis. Analysis of Latin Variation

The results of this study are as follows. Specific results can be summarized as follows: a management system directly affects The order of positive causal variables from high to low is: management activities, logistics delivery effect is the most significant; The coefficient of influence equals 0.93, which also indicates management activities. Direct Impact of Logistics From the positive correlation coefficient of causal variables, the order from the highest to the lowest is: the greatest potential impact coefficient. The influence coefficient of purchasing process is 0.35, the influence coefficient of purchasing process is 0.288, and the operation coefficient is 0.35. Influencing coefficient 0.25*2* Reasons from high to low. Therefore, the supply management plan is the most effective. The influence coefficient of procurement process is 0.32, while that of procurement process is 0.26 and GA. The operating coefficient is equal to 0.23.

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