CLC - Carpathian Logistics Congress

Conference Proceedings - CLC 2017

7th Carpathian Logistics Congress
June 28th - 30th 2017 / ALEXANDRA WELLNESS HOTEL, Liptovsky Jan, Slovakia, EU
ISSN: 2694-9318
ISBN: 978-80-87294-74-1
Proceedings of the conference have been sent to Web of Science and Scopus for evaluation and potential indexing.

7th International congress CLC 2017 - Carpathian Logistics Congress was held on June 28th - 30th 2017 in beautiful ALEXANDRA WELLNESS HOTEL***, Liptovsky Jan, Slovakia, EU. 82 participants from the 4 countries registered at the congress (14 participants from the Czech Republic, 43 from Poland, 24 from Slovakia and 1 person from Turkey). The participants presented 24 lectures and 42 posters. The congress was divided into 5 sessions and poster session:

  • Plenary Session
  • Session A - Strategic Logistics, Supply Chain and Networks  
  • Session B - Production Logistics, Commercial Logistics, Quality Management System, Risk Management
  • Session C - Logistics of Distribution, Transport
  • Session D - Financial Management, Service Logistics and Smart Logistics
  • Poster session

Chairmen of the Poster session evaluated the posters and decided to award:

The Best Poster Contest:
1st PLACE:
TITLE: Layout of Rack System under Defined Conditions

2nd PLACE:
TITLE: Financing the Activities of the Regional Revitalization Operator in Silesian Voivodeship

3rd PLACE:
TITLE: Packaging Material Inventory Management as a Tool Increasing the Level of Customer Services in the B2B Market

During the congress, the participants enjoyed social evening, Central European Championship of Logisticians in Small Football and Outdoor activities (Excursions to MiniSlovakia and Stanisovska Caves)..

Sponsors of the Congress:
GEFCO - Global Logistics for Manufacturers (

The participants evaluated the congress as successful

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WITKOWSKI Krzysztof University of Zielona Góra, Faculty of Economics and Management, Poland, EU
Co-authors: STAJNIAK Maciej SZOPIK-DEPCZYŃSKA Katarzyna KONECKA Sylwia
Abstract: In the changing market managers have to use modern methods, techniques and ideas of management. They have to learn how to implement them into practice. [..] Read more
PITOŇÁK Martin Technical University of Košice, Faculty of Mining, Ecology, Process Control and Geotechnologies, Košice, Slovak Republic, EU,
Abstract: For most enterprises the present method of business plan preparations applied based on index modification of plans related to the previous periods and/or on combination with the sellers´ method. The business plan is defined by expected volume of sales for individual customers. [..] Read more
SABOL Ján BPM Consulting, s.r.o., Kosice, Slovak Republic, EU,
Abstract: Leading organizations agree on the need for a structured methodology for using performance measurement information to help set agreed-upon performance goals, allocate and prioritize resources, confirm or change current policy or program directions to meet those goals, and report on the success in meeting those goals. The evaluation of enterprise performance forms an inevitable precondition for maximum business success achievement. [..] Read more
BRANSKA Lenka University of Pardubice, Faculty of Chemical Technology, Pardubice, Czech Republic, EU
Co-authors: PATAK Michal PECINOVA Zuzana
Abstract: In today's highly competitive environment, one of the ways for food industry companies to achieve success is by deepening cooperation with their suppliers and, within it, by applying methods such as CPFR (Collaborative Planning, Forecasting and Replenishment). This method can significantly contribute to streamlining material flow between the food industry company and its suppliers. [..] Read more
PATAK Michal University of Pardubice, Pardubice, Czech Republic, EU
Co-authors: PECINOVA Zuzana BRANSKA Lenka
Abstract: Overuse of trade sales promotion to keep fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) in the range of retail stores results in a lot of negative impacts on all members of the supply chain network. One of the consequences is also an extreme increase in demand variability for FMCG manufacturers. [..] Read more
MALINDŽÁK Dušan Technical University of Košice, Faculty BERG, Institute of Logistics, Park Komenského 14, 04001 Košice, Slovakia, EU,
Abstract: To solve specific complex logistics tasks, for example, the creation of models of operational production plans, especially if the role is large, given by a large number of machines and equipment involved in production processes, a wide range of products, a long production cycle, the plan is being prepared for several planning periods, pass through several production segments and need to coordinate these plans, the model must respect different types of constraints, etc., then it is difficult or sometimes impossible to create a mathematical model. To adapt the problem to some known mathematical model, e.g. [..] Read more
KOŠČÁK Peter Technical University of Kosice, Faculty of Aeronautics, Slovak Republic, EU
Abstract: There is a fear that a sharp increase in air transport volume will result in an unacceptable increase in the number of accidents in the future. Experience demonstrates that before an accident occurs various incidents and numerous failures reveal the existence of safety risks. [..] Read more
KAČMÁRY Peter Technical University of Košice, Faculty BERG, Institute of Logistics, Park Komenského 14, 04001 Košice, Slovakia, EU, 1.2)
Abstract: Today, in information time, creation of forecasting in an enterprise is not only associated with the preparation of plans and considerations about possible future sales of products. It is still widely and widely used in many business activities, levels e.g. [..] Read more
KIBA-JANIAK Maja Wroclaw University of Economics, Faculty of Economics, Management and Tourism, Department of Strategic Management and Logistics, Jelenia Góra, Poland, EU,
Abstract: The purpose of the paper is an analysis of the importance of logistics in city strategic management illustrated by an example of selected European capital cities. As a result of research a tool for the assessment of the scope of logistics involvement into strategic management in a city has been developed. [..] Read more
STRACHOTOVÁ Dana University of Chemistry and Technology Prague, Technická 5, 166 28 Prague 6, Czech Republic, EU,,,
Co-authors: ZEMANOVÁ Petra BOTEK Marek
Abstract: The contemporary logistic systems are very complex and their control requires multidisciplinary range of expertise. Dynamic simulation is a tool allowing the decision maker to compare many possible scenarios and helps to find the optimal solution. [..] Read more
Kožárová Mária Matej Bel University, Faculty of Economics, Banska Bystrica, Slovakia,
Abstract: Informatization, digitalization and automation of production and logistic processes became a part of a new industrial revolution especially due to the fact that specific and customizable software are used to manage these processes. Informatization and digitalization is the base of automation of production and logistic processes. [..] Read more
STRAKA Martin Technical University of Košice, Institute of Logistics, Park Komenského 14, 043 84, Košice, Slovakia, EU,,,
Co-authors: KHOURI Samer BESTA Petr DREVKO Slavomír
Abstract: The article deals with the development of computer simulation with a focus on the use in the field of logistics. Computer simulation has passed since the last century long development. [..] Read more
MICHLOWICZ Edward AGH University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Robotics, Cracow, Poland, EU
Co-authors: SMOLIŃSKA Katarzyna
Abstract: If a company is to generate profit it must actively react to the changing demands of the market. In order to meet current customer demands a company must make sure it is adhering to the 7R rule. [..] Read more
JAROSOVA Miriam University of Zilina, Faculty of Operation and Economics of Transport and Communications Air Transport Department, Slovakia, EU
Co-authors: IGAZ Dusan
Abstract: Each kind of transport is very sensitive to weather and its conditions, which might change in a short period of time. Proper information about the current weather is very useful in order to schedule the transportation. Information about the weather and its prediction could be obtained from diverse sources for waste areas all around the world. [..] Read more
LENORT Radim ŠKODA AUTO UNIVERSITY, Mlada Boleslav, Czech Republic, EU,
Co-authors: WICHER Pavel STAŠ David HOLMAN David
Abstract: The paper presents study of the satellite-based Earth Observation use in logistics and supply chain management. The study includes global market analysis (market perspectives, main market players, and sector segmentation), value-added services and products analysis, and logistics and supply chain management applications analysis based on concrete case studies.. [..] Read more
HRUDKAY Karol University of Zilina, University Science Park, Zilina, Slovak Republic, EU, {karol.hrudkay, peter.cubon}
Co-authors: ČUBOŇ Peter
Abstract: In many countries the solution of truck parking has been solved in last two decades. State of the art electronic toll collection systems can be utilised in many ways. [..] Read more
MADLEŇÁK Radovan University of Zilina, Zilina, Slovak Republic, EU
Abstract: Internet represents easy way to access global shopping opportunities. E-shops offer their customers various goods and services and after buying, they try to quickly distribute them to their clients. [..] Read more
NOWICKA Katarzyna SGH – Warsaw School of Economics, Warsaw, Poland, EU
Abstract: One of the most important business trend influencing future competitive – and so the strategic decisions – is sustainable development. Sustainability means the ability to take activities that meet pro-ecology, pro-social and economic objectives. [..] Read more
BUKOWSKI Lech The University of Dąbrowa Górnicza, Dąbrowa Górnicza, Poland, EU,
Co-authors: FELIKS Jerzy
Abstract: In the times of market-economy, all decision making processes play the key role in managing a company or organization. The more and more complicated level of production, logistics processes and logistics supply chains and networks, the growing competition or budget restrictions are some of the factors forcing the managements of companies to conduct continuous, dynamic and rational planning. [..] Read more
KOLAROVSZKÁ Zuzana University of Žilina, Faculty of PEDAS, Žilina, Slovak Republic, EU,,,
Abstract: The article primarily deals with the application of AIDC technologies in logistic chain as well as connections with the issue of visibility, traceability and smart component identification in automotive industry. It describes the current state of automotive industry in Slovakia and the necessity of accurate identification of components with emphasis on the prevention of their counterfeiting, which can be achieved by standardized solutions. [..] Read more
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