Supply chain process structure diagram for processing unit of Arabica Coffee Kintamani Bali


  • Ida Ayu Listia Dewi Udayana University, Denpasar, Indonesia
  • Made Antara Udayana University, Denpasar, Indonesia
  • I Nyoman Gede Ustriyana Udayana University, Denpasar, Indonesia
  • I Ketut Suamba Udayana University, Denpasar, Indonesia


information flow, money flow, product flow, SCOR, supply chain


Supply Chain Operational Reference (SCOR) is an approach that can be used to map processes in the supply chain. Process mapping is very useful for understanding the flow of products, money and information. Process mapping can make it easier to evaluate supply chain management weaknesses. This paper aims to map the process flow using the SCOR approach at the Kintamani Bali Arabica coffee processing unit. SCOR contains a structured hierarchy of goods, money and information flow processes which are described in three levels. Level 1 in the supply chain of the Kintamani Bali Arabica coffee processing unit describes the implementation of the planning process, source, make, and delivery. Level 2 shows the process category which consists of two process categories based on stock for processing fresh coffee and based on order-based processes for processing green bean, roasted and ground coffee. Level 3 shows the stages of process elements in each category. This level starts from the entire supply chain planning process stage, to the customer order delivery process stage. The results of this paper describe the structure of the SCOR model at the Kintamani Bali Arabica coffee processing unit connecting all interrelated product, money and information flow processes.


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How to Cite

Dewi, I. A. L., Antara, M., Ustriyana, I. N. G., & Suamba, I. K. (2024). Supply chain process structure diagram for processing unit of Arabica Coffee Kintamani Bali. International Journal of Life Sciences, 8(1), 13–24.



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