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Research Article

Modelling Sustainable Development Aspects within Inventory Supply Strategies

Table 3

Supply chain metrics: performance indicators on sustainability (own work).

SocialEconomicEnvironmental

Health and safety
(1) Number of accidents (employees)
(2) Number of accidents (nonemployees)
(3) Number of accidents associated to company’s vehicles
(4) Wireless electronics conditions
(5) Toxic and hazardous emissions
Quality
(1) On-time delivery
(2) Customer satisfaction
(3) Order fill rate
(4) Product quality
(5) Supplier performance
Emissions
(1) Level of CO2 emissions
(2) Level of CO2 emission from transport processes
(3) Level of CO2 emission from infrastructure
(4) Carbon footprint—ordering
(5) Carbon footprint—holding

Waste
(1) Water pollution
(2) Air pollution
(3) Solid waste
Efficiency
(1) Information management costs
(2) Distribution costs
(3) Inventory costs
(4) Transport costs
(5) Loading capacity utilization
Natural resources utilization
(1) Energy use
(2) Water consumption
(3) Energy consumption/revenue
(4) Fossil fuel consumption
(5) Energy efficiency per ton kilometer

Employees
(1) Hours efficiently worked (energy optimization)
(2) Clean workplace
(3) Good use of work tools
(4) Classification of waste in work areas
(5) Disposal of work waste
Responsiveness
(1) Stock-outs
(2) Lead time
(3) Forecast accuracy
(4) New product—time to market
(5) New product—time to first date
Waste and recycling
(1) Level of waste
(2) Level of products recycled
(3) Level of products reused
(4) Level of landfill waste
(5) Level of biodegradable materials used