Halal is used to describe anything permissible
under Islamic law, in contrast to haram,that which is
This covers aspects such as BEHAVIOUR,
SPEECH ,DRESS , CONDUCT , MANNER and
HALAL -> permissible
* religious * faith *spiritual
THOYYIBAN -> good
* quality *hygienic *nutritious
*safety *clean (sanitation)
The production & consumption of Halal
food has been traditionally the main focus
of the Halal industry.
Halal products and services also include
clothing,financial services and logistics.
Halal is extending both upstream (like
animal feed) and downstream (like food
services) the value chain and includes
Halal Logistics is the process of managing the
material flow and information flow throughout the
supply chain in accordance to a halal standard
the material flow covers the TRANSPORT,
STORAGE and TERMINAL OPERATIONS.
The information flow covers the management of
the data in the supply chain, such as PRODUCT
INFORMATION, DEMAND DATA and HALAL
LOGISTICS LABEL and CODE.
‡Ensuring integrity from farm to
‡Ensuring integrity from seed to
There are almost 3 billion Muslim consumers of Halal products in the
world. The number is increasing rapidly. With increasing awareness,
more and more countries are requesting for Halal certified products.
The demand from nonMuslims are also increasing.
More and more Supermarkets and Hypermarkets are adding Halal
Shelves to attract ethnic Muslim population in non-Muslim countries. For
example TESCO in UK and CARREFOUR in France.
Around 80% of the Halal food industry is in the hands of non-
Muslims. The Brazilians have been big halal producers for decades.
Three-quarters of chickens exported by France are halal
Pure hygiene and sanitation procedures for manufacturers and service
Provides traceability of products through close monitoring and control
Consistent with GMP and HACCP which ensure products are safe and
Worldwide acceptance of Halal lifestyle – personal hygiene and health
Assures safer and higher quality products through various controls and
Raw materials for Halal products are sourced globally with lack of
Legal status and protection of Halal often missing.
Expected Halal standards and procedures are not applied throughout the
Multiple and various certification bodies
No proper segregation of products within the supply chain.
•The organisation shall ensure that there is a physical
segregation of Halal cargo from non-Halal cargo
throughout the warehouse processes
• The Halal products have a dedicated storage zone (floor
storage) or racks, which are clearly separated by colour
and/ or marking
• A dedicated cold room is available, or segregation from
nonHalal through physical barrier or container (insulated
box) is required for the storage of Halal products in case
of refrigerated storage.
•The transport is cleaned before use according to existing
hygiene standard and according to ritual cleansing in case of
an earlier non-Halal or unknown shipment (history of one
shipment before this only)
• No mixing of Halal goods with non-Halal goods in case of bulk
shipments and medium & severe najs in one container or
• There is no mixing of Halal goods with non-Halal goods in one
pallet and/or load carrier.
• Halal shipments are provided with a tertiary packaging in
case of mixing of Halal and non-Halal cargo in one container or
The organisation shall ensure that there is a physical
segregation of Halal cargo from non Halal cargo throughout
the Terminal processes
i. Halal is on the move.
ii.It is being reborn into the age of
globalization, and indeed, globalization
suits the nature and quality of Halal.
iii.Halal is made to be global.
iv.Halal is for everyone.