Strategic Supply Chain Partnering in Industrialised Building System

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Faridah Muhamad Halil
Mohammed Fadhil Mohammed
Rohana Mahbub
Ani Saifuza Shukur


The purpose of this paper is to explore the concept of supply chain partnering practiced in Industrialised Building System. The relationship was based on the elements of trust, share a vision, decision-making and continuous improvement. The methodology adopted used quantitative and qualitative approach. Outcomes of the results, the public clients point out on the element of trust in between contractors were based effectiveness of communication. Meanwhile, the private client indicates competence of work as a successful element of trust in supply chain partnering in Industrialised Building System.


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Muhamad Halil, F., Mohammed, M.F., Mahbub, R. and Shukur, A.S. 2018. Strategic Supply Chain Partnering in Industrialised Building System. Asian Journal of Quality of Life. 3, 10 (Mar. 2018), 139–148. DOI:


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