Investigation of the Relationship between External Actors’ Integration and Delivery Precision of the Petroleum Products in Pipelines and Products Marketing Company Limited in Nigeria

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  • Nabs J N
  • Ohale L
  • Otto G

Keywords:

External Actors, Integration, Delivery precision, Petroleum Products Marketing Company.

Abstract

The study investigated the relationship between external actors’ integration and delivery precision of the Petroleum Products in Pipelines and Products Marketing Company Limited in Nigeria. Survey research design was adopted and structured questionnaire gathered the data of the study. The populace consisted of 862 staff of PPMCL. A sample of 274 respondents was studied, of which 231 copies of questionnaire representing 84.31% response rate were actually studied. Pearson’s Product Moment Correlation Co-efficient (r) was specifically used to check the hypotheses in this study. The study revealed that external actors' integration allows facts and products flows to be continued and successfully executed by the company and that external actors' integration enables the company to execute profitable supply chain integration. Conclusively, external actors’ integration has significant relationship with delivery precision of Pipelines and Products Marketing Company Limited.  The study therefore recommended those Petroleum Products Marketing Companies should be engaged in proactive and dynamic external actors’ integration arrangement which will encourage delivery precision in the oil sector and persons running the organization.

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Published

2021-09-27

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Nabs J N, Ohale L, & Otto G. (2021). Investigation of the Relationship between External Actors’ Integration and Delivery Precision of the Petroleum Products in Pipelines and Products Marketing Company Limited in Nigeria. International Journal of Progressive Research in Science and Engineering , 2(9), 178-189. Retrieved from https://journals.grdpublications.com/index.php/ijprse/article/view/443

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