CLC - Carpathian Logistics Congress

Conference Proceedings - CLC 2016

Carpathian Logistics Congress
November 28th - 30th 2016 / Hotel Tatra, Zakopane, Poland, EU
www.logisticon.cz
ISSN: 2694-9318
ISBN: 978-80-87294-76-5
Proceedings of the conference were published in Web of Science.

6th International congress CLC 2016 - Carpathian Logistics Congress was held on November 28th - 30th 2016 in beautiful Tatra Hotel, Zakopane, Poland, EU. From 138 registered participants, 128 persons from the 5 countries attended the congress (20 participants from the Czech Republic, 95 from Poland, 11 from Slovakia, others from Germany and Nederlands). The participants presented 43 lectures and 79 posters. The congress was divided into 7 sessions and 2 poster sessions:

Plenary Session 2Session A - Supply Chain and Networks7Session B – Risk in Supply Chain and Networks8Special Session - TLM 3Session C - Transport 7Session D - Smart Logistics8Session E - Industrial Logistics and Others7Poster Session 1 and 279

Chairmen of the sessions evaluated the lectures and posters and decided to award:

THE BEST POSTER CONTEST:

1st PLACE:
AUTHOR: Agnieszka JANIK
TITLE: The Application of Environmental Life Cycle Costing to the Eco-efficiency Analysis of Transport Modes

2nd PLACE:
AUTHORS: Martin LAMPA, Andrea SAMOLEJOVÁ, Andrea SIKOROVÁ
TITLE: Optimization of Loading the Goods into the Loading Compartment Vehicle Designed as a Dynamic Programming Problem

3rd PLACE:
AUTHOR: Peter KAČMÁRY
TITLE: The Application of Multi-regression Analysis in an Enterprise Sale Forecast

PRESENTATION CONTEST

Honorable Mention Award
AUTHORS: Hanna SAWICKA, Przemysław BODZIONY, Piotr SAWICKI
TITLE: Selection of Technological Transport Means to the Geological and Mining Conditions with an Application of Stochastic Group Decision Aiding Method

and

AUTHORS: Krzysztof WITKOWSKI, Mateusz KUROWSKI, Wiesław WASILEWSKI
TITLE: The Aspect of Reverse Logistics of Plastics on the Waste Management in Packaging

During the congress, the participants enjoyed spa procedures and social evening. The participants evaluated the congress as successful.

Presentation of companies:
FAKRO Sp. z o.o (www.fakro.pl)
OPTeam Company  -  Expert in IT solutions for universities, public institutions and businesses (www.opteam.pl)
INFINIDAT (www.infinidat.com)

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BUKOWSKI Lech The University of Dąbrowa Górnicza, Dąbrowa Górnicza, Poland, EU, lbukowski@wsb.edu.pl
Co-authors: FELIKS Jerzy
Abstract: The aim of this paper is to propose a new methodology of supplier’s risk assessment. Based on the classic method of FMEA and its modifications we have developed a new method of supplier’s risk assessment. [..] Read more
MALINDŽÁK Dušan Technical University of Košice, Faculty BERG, The Institute of Logistics, Park Komenského 14, 043 84 Košice, Slovakia, EU, dusan.malindzak@tuke.sk
Abstract: Projects, projection are one of the basic characteristics of the society’s evolution at the end of 20th century and the beginning of the 21st century. Projection, preparation of projects and their management is one of the basic factors for success of a human being, firm, institution in logistic area too. [..] Read more
BOTLÍK Josef Silesian University in Opava, School of Business Administration in Karvina, CR, EU, botlik@opf.slu.cz
Co-authors: DOLÁK Radim HRUBÁ Lucie
Abstract: Distribution chains can change their parameters. There are changes in the final quantity and the final destinations too. [..] Read more
CICHOSZ Marzenna Warsaw School of Economics, Poland, EU, Marzenna.Cichosz@sgh.waw.pl
Abstract: One of the most prominent targets of the EU Transport Whitepaper is the ambition to shift 30% of road freight, transported more than 300 kilometers, to multimodal by 2030 and 50% by 2050. Transport and logistics industries are working on achieving this goal with a strong commitment and contribution from chemical companies. [..] Read more
WITKOWSKI Jarosław Wroclaw University of Economics, Wroclaw, Poland, EU, jaroslaw.witkowski@ue.wroc.pl, mkiba-janiak@poczta.ae.jgora.pl
Co-authors: KIBA-JANIAK Maja CHEBA Katarzyna
Abstract: For an efficient and effective management of a supply chain a significant impact has a cooperation undertaken by companies establishing communications with other entities forming the common supply chain. The emphasis is both on the relationship established in various areas of a functional supply chain and at different stages of its development. [..] Read more
KIBA-JANIAK Maja Wroclaw University of Economics, Faculty of Management, Economics and Tourism, Nowowiejska Street, No. 3, 58-500 Jelenia Góra, Poland EU, maja.kiba-janiak@ue.wroc.pl, tomasz.kolakowski@ue.wroc.pl
Co-authors: KOŁAKOWSKI Tomasz
Abstract: The aim of the paper is the identification of the cooperation areas between Japanese companies located in Poland and local governments in terms of particular stages of life cycle of an organization. The paper presents the results of the study conducted among Japanese enterprises and local governments located in the region of Dolny Śląsk in Poland. [..] Read more
KLEPACKI Bogdan WULS – Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Faculty of Economic Sciences, Warsaw, Poland, bogdan_klepacki@sggw.pl
Abstract: Agriculture is the sector with strong specificity of production processes. This results from the use of the forces of nature (earth, solar, biological processes) and live organisms. [..] Read more
MICHLOWICZ Edward AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland, EU
Co-authors: SMOLIŃSKA Katarzyna
Abstract: The complex manufacture of refrigerating equipment most often uses the cellular structure. The problem in improving the material flow is a correct planning of processes in the individual cells. [..] Read more
WITKOWSKI Krzysztof University of Zielona Gora, Faculty of Economics and Management, Department of Logistics, Podgorna 50, 65-246 Zielona Gora, Poland, k.witkowski@wez.uz.zgora.pl
Co-authors: KUROWSKI Mateusz WASILEWSKI Wiesław
Abstract: The research concerns a very important area of management, namely, reverse logistics, as the ecological conditions of the transition from the traditional model of material flows to the modern approach of logistics, as a closed cycle of materials and energy. This subject is very timely in light of the strategy pursued by the European Union for sustainable development, based on the concept of the system of "Integrated governance" which consists of a triad: society - economy - environment (ecosystem). [..] Read more
ŻYWIOŁEK Justyna Technical University of Czestochowa, Czestochowa, Poland
Abstract: The article presents the outcomes of research concerning information security in the supply chain. The research has been based on the scientific observations and the analysis of the state of the enterprise that were performed in three metallurgical plants. [..] Read more
CHAKUU Sumeer University of Information Technology and Management in Rzeszów, Poland, EU, schakuu@wsiz.rzeszow.pl, mnedza@wsiz.rzeszow.pl
Co-authors: NĘDZA Michał
Abstract: The zones along the Baltic and the Adriatic have substantial geographical, economic and transport similarities. The strengthening of economic growth and the dynamics of the flow of goods has provided intermodality the utmost importance. [..] Read more
NOWAKOWSKI Tomasz Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Wroclaw, Poland, EU, tomasz.nowakowski@pwr.edu.pl, sylwia.werbinska@pwr.edu.pl, maciej.chlebus@pwr.edu.pl
Co-authors: WERBIŃSKA-WOJCIECHOWSKA Sylwia CHLEBUS Maciej
Abstract: The paper discusses a problem of reliable performance of production processes. Reliability analyses of production systems regard considering many different factors and requirements. [..] Read more
HART Martin Tomas Bata University in Zlin, Faculty of Logistics and Crisis Management, T.G. Masaryka 5555, 760 01 Zlín, Czech Republic, EU, hart@flkr.utb.cz, taraba@flkr.utb.cz, konecny@flkr.utb.cz
Co-authors: TARABA Pavel KONEČNÝ Jiří
Abstract: In consequence of growing international business volume and supply chain management importance, the purchasing as one company’s functional part has gained strategic role to be successful in the current business markets. (Paulraj, Chen, & Flynn, 2006) Contemporary supply chains of particular industrial branches are getting, in consequence of business markets globalization, still more complex and material flows streaming in them are getting still more bulky. [..] Read more
HANCZAR Paweł Wrocław University of Economics, Department of Logistics, Poland, EU, pawel.hanczar@ue.wroc.pl
Co-authors: KALETA Jacek KARKULA Marek
Abstract: The combination of decisions regarding inventory management and vehicle routing decision leads to complex combinatorial optimization problem called the Inventory Routing Problem (IRP). Several heuristic algorithms for solving IRP were proposed in recent years. [..] Read more
KONECKA Sylwia The Poznan School of Logistics, Poznan, Poland, EU, Sylwia.Konecka@wsl.com.pl
Co-authors: STAJNIAK Maciej SZOPIK-DEPCZYŃSKA Katarzyna
Abstract: In the paper will be presented the way performing the studies, particularly the selection and characterization of the survey sample and the analytical scheme of research. The results of this study will enable to answer the following questions: whether the use of JIT (Just In Time) increases the likelihood and consequences of disruption and whether JIT has been applied in an appropriate way. [..] Read more
KOSACKA MONIKA Poznan University of Technology, Faculty of Engineering Management, Poznan, Poland, EU
Co-authors: WERNER-LEWANDOWSKA Karolina
Abstract: Sustainability is a hot issue, implemented at different levels, including whole world, regions, countries, cities/villages and companies. In the presented paper authors are focused on sustainability at the company level, which may be seen as a source of the competitiveness. [..] Read more
SKUPIEŃ Emilia Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Wroclaw, Poland, EU, emilia.skupien@pwr.edu.pl, agnieszka.tubis@pwr.edu.pl
Co-authors: TUBIS Agnieszka
Abstract: On the study basis the authors found the presence of a gap in the research area of a risk management of urban transportation systems. There is relatively small amount of publications on risk analysis for the urban transportation systems. [..] Read more
STAJNIAK Maciej Institiute of Logistics and Warehousing, Poznan, Poland, EU, Maciej.Stajniak@ilim.poznan.pl
Co-authors: KONECKA Sylwia SZOPIK-DEPCZYŃSKA Katarzyna
Abstract: A company is like its processes and process awareness is half the battle in case of implementing modern IT tools for process mapping and modelling. Thanks to modelling the processes can be seen in a very realistic way taking into account many real limitations and also including random parameters which illustrate random factors. [..] Read more
PAWLIK Marcin Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Wroclaw, Poland, EU, marcin.pawlik@vba.pl, agnieszka.tubis@pwr.edu.pl, sylwia.werbinska@pwr.edu.pl
Co-authors: TUBIS Agnieszka WERBIŃSKA-WOJCIECHOWSKA Sylwia
Abstract: In the presented paper, authors focus on the issues connected with risk management in road transport processes performance. Following this, in the article the main transport risk management definitions are discussed. [..] Read more
GRZESICA Dariusz Krakow University of Technology, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Krakow, Poland
Abstract: Forecasting future volume of traffic at the intersection may lead to increase the drivers safety on city roads. The possibility of realization forecasting methods for the transportation system is an important element of traffic management in the city. [..] Read more
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