Risk management in tomato supply chain using house of risk method

T. Perdana, T. Ginanjar, S. Sanjaya
In today's challenging world, all agriculture supply chain actors are required to adapt to the changing of strategic environment, like market dynamics and climate change. Based on those issues, supply chain actors must be able to determine and manage risks that arise from changes in the strategic environment. The purpose of this paper is 1) to identify the incidence and cause of risk in tomato supply chain, and 2) formulating risk mitigation strategies for each tomato supply chain actors. This research was conducted in Katata Farmer's Group, Pangalengan Sub District, Bandung District, as one of the focal point in tomato supply chain that cultivate and distribute tomato to structured market. Tomato supply chain in Pangalengan involves various actors ranging from seed supplier, farmer, logistic services to consumers. Research has been conducted using case study and house of risk method which is used to identify incidence of risk and determine risk mitigation strategies. The result of this research indicated that there were 8 critical points of risk at seed supplier level, 5 critical points of risk at the farmer level, 2 critical point of risk at farmer's group/logistic service level and 3 critical points of risk at modern market level accompanied by risk mitigation action on each supply chain actors.
Perdana, T., Ginanjar, T. and Sanjaya, S. (2020). Risk management in tomato supply chain using house of risk method. Acta Hortic. 1278, 83-88
DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.2020.1278.13
https://doi.org/10.17660/ActaHortic.2020.1278.13
market, climate, risk, management, tomato
English

Acta Horticulturae