The Level of Green Manufacturing Implementation Using SWOT Analysis in The Local Garment Creative Industry in Bandar Lampung

Sillak Hasiany, Arif Setiajaya, Nabila Putriyandri Alifa, Intan Andriani Putri, Anissaa Siti Zulaicha


The garment industry dominates the micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) in Lampung Province after the culinary industry. One of the products of the garment industry is batik, whose manufacturing processes can produce hazardous waste for the environment if they are not properly managed. The negative impact can be minimized through the implementation of Green Manufacturing. This study was conducted to measure the level of green manufacturing implementation using Key Performance Indicator (KPI) matrix that has been tested and modified from Supply Chain Operation Reference (SCOR) matrix. The KPI matrix comprises the planning, procurement, and manufacturing processes. This research also aims to provide alternative strategy recommendations to improve the implementation of green manufacturing in Batik XYZ in Lampung Province. The average value of the green manufacturing implementation in Batik XYZ is 52.7, indicating that Batik XYZ falls into the average category.. Based on the SWOT analysis, the recommended strategy is W - T (Weakness - Threat), which is to start a comprehensive evaluation of water and electricity usage efficiency in the production process, inspection and recording of the existing company's production waste output, and to practice proper waste management.


Green Manufacturing, Key Performance Indicator, Supply Chain Operation Reference Batik Production, SWOT Analysis

Full Text:



V. &. F. A. Bhardwaj, "Fast Fashion: Response to Changes in the Fashion Industry," The International Review of Retail Distribution and Consumer Research, vol. 20, no. 1, pp. 165-173, 2010.

Y. &. Y. Y. Wang, "Analyzing the Green Innovation Practices Based on Sustainability Performance Indicators: a Chinese Manufacturing Industry Case.," Environmental Science and Pollution.

E. O.-A. V. A.-M. Y. O. J. K. L. &. A. J. Afum, "Green Manufacturing Practices and Sustainable Performance among Ghanaian Manufacturing SMEs: The Expalanatory Link of Green Supply Chain Integration," Management of Environmental Quality : International Journal, 2020.

F. Rangkuti, SWOT Analysis Techniques for Dissecting Business Cases, Jakarta: Gramedia Pustaka, 2005.

A. &. T. Andaregie, Determinants of The Adoption of Green Manufacturing Practices.

M. A. M. I. Z. F. J. M. &. J. R. D. Dzikriansyah, "The ole of green supply chain management practices on environmental performance: A case of Indonesian small and," Cleaner Logistics and Supply Chain, vol. 6, 2023.

M. &. A. D. Novitasari, "Green supply chain management and firm performance: The mediating effect of green innovation," Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management, vol. 14, p. 391, 2021.

N. T. B. &. F. F. Soewarno, "Green innovation strategy and green innovation," Management Decision, 2019.

R. M. F. P. A. A. I. &. C. T. Roespinoedji, "The Effect of Green Supply Chain Practices on Indonesian Manufacturing Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)," International Journal of Supply Chain Management, vol. 8, pp. 189-197, 2019.

Y. L. K.-H. &. Z. Q. Feng, "Green supply chain innovation: Emergence, adoption, and challenges.," International Journal of Production Economics, vol. 248, no. 108497, p. 108497, 2022.

N. &. Y. HasianyS., "Implementation of Cleaner Production for Produced Water Handling in the Oil and Gas Industry," Journal of Natural Resources and Environmental, vol. 5, no. 1, p. 25, 2015.


  • There are currently no refbacks.

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.

Supported by :

Indexed by :