CLC - Carpathian Logistics Congress

Conference Proceedings - CLC 2017

7th Carpathian Logistics Congress
June 28th - 30th 2017 / ALEXANDRA WELLNESS HOTEL, Liptovsky Jan, Slovakia, EU
www.logisticon.cz
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:
AUTHORS: ŠADEROVÁ Janka, MARASOVÁ Daniela
TITLE: Layout of Rack System under Defined Conditions

2nd PLACE:
AUTHORS: OLKO Sławomir, BRZÓSKA Jan
TITLE: Financing the Activities of the Regional Revitalization Operator in Silesian Voivodeship

3rd PLACE:
AUTHORS: VLČKOVÁ Vladimíra, KUBICKOVA Ludmila, MACHAC Otakar
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 (www.gefco.net)
CHEMOSVIT FOLIE (www.chemosvitfolie.com)

The participants evaluated the congress as successful

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BARTCZAK Krzysztof Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Warsaw School of Economics, Collegium of Business Administration, Warsaw, Poland, EU, bartczak@ee.pw.edu.pl
Co-authors: BACZYŃSKI Dariusz
Abstract: The paper presents an analysis of the fields of application of GNSS systems (Global Navigation Satellite Systems) in logistics, with particular focus on GPS and GLONASS. It identifies advantages gained from GNSS systems and possible problems in the operation of the systems related to their deficiencies. [..] Read more
BINDZÁR Peter Technical University of Košice, Institute of Logistics, Park Komenskeho 14, Košice, Slovak Republic, EU, peter.bindzar@tuke.sk
Co-authors: KRAJNAK Martin CAIS Dušan
Abstract: A significant and often problematic part of a local road, while solving the traffic within the city area, is the capacity of the local roads. Capacity of a local road can be defined as the maximum number of vehicles that can pass per unit of time by a pursued rust, strip or lane of local road under the favorable driving conditions. [..] Read more
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
CECH Martin VSB - Technical University of Ostrava, Faculty of Metallurgy and Materials Engineering, Ostrava, Czech Republic, EU, martin.cech@vsb.cz
Co-authors: BITTA Jan WICHER Pavel
Abstract: The concept of resilience is well developed as it has been studied extensively in last decade. The effort has been made to find ways to increase the supply chain resilience and thus to reduce an impact on supply chain long term performance. [..] Read more
PITOŇÁK Martin Technical University of Košice, Faculty of Mining, Ecology, Process Control and Geotechnologies, Košice, Slovak Republic, EU, pitonak.m@chemosvit.sk
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
DOHN Katarzyna Silesian University of Technology, Faculty of Organization and Management, Gliwice, Poland, EU, kdohn@polsl.pl
Co-authors: GUMIŃSKI Adam
Abstract: The key point in global logistics is the integration between different sides in supply chains. Integration is indispensable not only between supply chain partners but also between intermediary logistics operators in these relations, which directly leads to increased operational efficiency and competitiveness for supply chain participants. [..] Read more
SABOL Ján BPM Consulting, s.r.o., Kosice, Slovak Republic, EU, jsabol@bpmc.sk
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
FURMAN Joanna Silesian University of Technology, Faculty of Material Engineering and Metallurgy, Katowice, Poland, EU
Co-authors: PAWLAK Szymon KUCZYŃSKA-CHAŁADA Marzena
Abstract: The tools of the virtual reality are becoming more frequently used in planning, implementation as well as analysis of production processes. The simulation programmes which offer the possibilities of probable threats of negative impact on the production process allow the application of various corrective actions, which are about to improve the effectiveness of chosen systems and to implement priorities which are individually defined by a particular organisational entity. [..] Read more
GRABOWSKA Sandra Silesian University of Technology, Faculty of Materials Engineering and Metallurgy, Katowice, Poland, EU
Co-authors: KUCZYŃSKA - CHALADA Marzena FURMAN Joanna SZYMSZAL Jan PAWLAK Szymon
Abstract: Logistical systems are capable of generating considerable savings for the enterprise, but in many cases, if inappropriately managed may generate financial losses. It should be noted that the functioning of the logistical systems is determined by their recipients. [..] Read more
GUMIŃSKI Adam Silesian University of Technology, Faculty of Organization and Management, Gliwice, Poland, EU
Co-authors: DOHN Katarzyna
Abstract: The authors took a challenge to analyse the possibility of the application of a FMEA method for improving the efficacy of logistics operator’s activity, especially executed logistics processes. Searching for methods and tools for improving the efficiency of logistical processes requires both the development of new solutions and the appropriate modification of existing solutions. [..] Read more
FEDORKO Gabriel Technical University of Košice, Faculty of Mining, Ecology, Process Controlling and Geotechnology, Kosice, Slovakia, EU
Co-authors: MOLNÁR Vieroslav BELUŠKO Matúš HEGEDÜŠ Matúš
Abstract: Modern production strategic goals all over the world are based on zero defect and safety first. Both are key factors to achieve high goodwill and therefore to gain sales force. [..] Read more
HOLMAN David ŠKODA AUTO University, Mladá Boleslav, Czech Republic, EU, david.holman@savs.cz, radim.lenort@savs.cz, pavel.wicher@savs.cz, david.stas@savs.cz, fomin1991@gmail.com
Co-authors: LENORT Radim WICHER Pavel STAŠ David FAMIN Dzmitry
Abstract: What is the purpose of actual SCM concepts such as LARG SCM, SCM 2.0, Supply Chain Becomes Demand Chain? Is it maximising profit, quality, lead time, market share? All these maxims are supported by reductionistic way of system thinking, which declares that the whole is just sum of its parts and the best way which could be done is maximising the output of particular parts. Holistic way of system thinking declares, that this assumption is the same mistake as to lean the ladder against the wrong wall. [..] Read more
CHEBA Katarzyna West Pomeranian University of Technology in Szczecin, Szczecin, Poland, EU, katarzyna.cheba@zut.edu.pl
Abstract: Japanese investors' decisions regarding the location of these investments are determined by many different external and internal factors. Japanese investors in the location of their investments often choose developed countries with a stable socio-economic situation. [..] Read more
JANIK Agnieszka Silesian University of Technology, Poland, EU
Co-authors: RYSZKO Adam
Abstract: Implementation of the circular economy concept involves the need to close the loop of the product life cycles and requires extensive activities related to reverse logistics. Correct execution and efficiency evaluation of these actions require application of appropriate indicators and measures. [..] Read more
Jelinkova Martina University of Pardubice, Pardubice, Czech Republic, EU, martina.jelinkova@upce.cz
Co-authors: Lostakova Hana
Abstract: Supply chains and networks require optimization of mutual cooperation between their members. An important tool for making mutual cooperation between supply chain members more effective is segmentation of distribution elements by their requirements concerning the way and intensity of mutual participation in car oil distribution. [..] Read more
KOZIOŁ Agata WSB University in Wrocław, Wrocław, Poland, EU
Abstract: The article shows the idea of building the algorithm to examine the structure of marketing product categories, which could become the basis for shaping the logistics systems of distribution. In the face of changing needs of consumers as well as models of purchasing decisions, this approach may be an important factor in increasing the competitiveness of distribution companies. [..] 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 SS (single sourcing) increases the likelihood and consequences of disruption and whether SS has been applied in an appropriate way. [..] Read more
KRAMARZ Marzena Silesian University of Technology, Faculty of Organization and Management, Gliwice, Poland, EU, mkramarz@polsl.pl
Abstract: The collaboration in the distribution network, through the connection of entities as well as their actions and resources, takes the dimension of the new outline. Such a structure may form a dominated network or a network of equal partners. [..] Read more
ALSZER Sara Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice, Poland, EU, sara.alszer@polsl.pl, jolanta.krystek@polsl.pl
Co-authors: KRYSTEK Jolanta
Abstract: The article presents problem of sequencing multiversion car production. An issue of so-called Car Sequencing Problem, widely considered in the literature, is discussed. [..] Read more
KUCZYŃSKA CHALADA - Marzena Silesian University of Technology, Faculty of Materials Engineering and Metallurgy, Katowice, Poland, EU
Co-authors: GRABOWSKA Sandra PAWLAK Szymon SZYMSZAL Jan
Abstract: Stocks are the most important elements of the logistic process at each stage of the manufacturing company's operation, e.g. supply, manufacturing and distribution. [..] Read more
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