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L'obtention de l'Agrément Phytosanitaire : quels bénéfices pour une entreprise de distribution ?

Abstract : Grenelle 2 law makes the Phytosanitary Authorization mandatory for all companies which sell or apply some plant health products. To obtain this new authorization, companies have to be certified. This certification is often seen as a constraint. However, in 1995, Porter and van der Linde supposed that a certification process leads to changes and improvements which are beneficial for the company. According to this hypothesis, the implementation of the certification provides some questions. Their answers can increase competitiveness and business performance at different levels. The purpose of this study is to test the Porter hypothesis in a distribution company. When we look at the implementation of Phytosanitary Certification, we see that it causes the revision of existing procedures, and the introduction of new operating processes. In this case, we chose to study the impacts of these changes on the operating mode of the company and its performance. A discussion of the observed results is proposed to delay the Porter hypothesis by expanding the number of factors that may affect the review of the company functioning.
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Aurélia Garbi. L'obtention de l'Agrément Phytosanitaire : quels bénéfices pour une entreprise de distribution ?. Sciences agricoles. 2013. ⟨dumas-00974906⟩

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