CLC - Carpathian Logistics Congress

Conference Proceedings - CLC 2019

CLC 2019
December 2 - 4, 2019 / Tatra Hotel, Zakopane, Poland, EU
ISSN: 2694-9318
ISBN: 978-80-87294-96-3
Proceedings of the conference have been sent to Web of Science and Scopus for evaluation and potential indexing.

9th International congress CLC 2019 - Carpathian Logistics Congress was held on December 2 - 4, 2019 once again in beautiful Tatra Hotel, Zakopane, Poland, EU. From 102 registered and invited participants, 95 persons from the 5 countries attended the congress (14 participants from the Czech Republic, 65 from Poland, 12 from Slovakia, others from Germany and Nederlands). The participants presented 27 oral presentations and 47 posters. The congress was divided into 4 sessions and 1 poster sessions:

  • Plenary Session - Resilience Concept in Supply Chain Management
  • Session A - Supply Chain Management (SCM) Strategy and Planning
  • Session B - Primary Logistics Processes
  • Session C - Support Logistics Processes
  • Session D - Cross-Functional Logistics and Supply Chain Drivers
  • Poster session

The opening plenary lecture entitled "Validating a Decision Making Method basing on Technology and Knowledge Priorities for Sustainable Strategies for Innovative Start-ups" was performed by Prof. Josu Takala from University of Vaasa, Finland. The second plenary speaker Prof. Tadeusz Sawik from Department of Operations Research AGH University and National Disaster Preparedness Training Center University of Hawaii presented the invited lecture "Supply chain disruption management using multi-portfolio approach". The last plenary speaker Prof. Lech Bukowski from The University of Dabrowa Górnicza, Poland, presented the invited lecture "Ensuring supply continuity using an extended risk matrix. Can the proportion expressing the nature beauty support a risk assessment?".

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

SVOZIL Martin, LENORT Jana  
VŠB - Technical University of Ostrava, Ostrava, Czech Republic
Title of presentation: Establishing the Cellular Manufacturing of Heating Sets - Case Study

Technical University of Kosice, University of Presov, Slovakia
Title of presentation: Characteristics of the Logistics System for the Needs of Minimizing Specific Air Transport Events

Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland
Title of presentation: A Multi-Criteria Model for the Assessment of the Checked Baggage Claim Process at the Airport 

Honorable Mention Award

Wroclaw University of Economics and Business, Jelenia Góra, Poland
Title of presentation: Challenges for City Logistics in Selected Australian Cities

Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
Title of presentation: Modelling of Container Train Handling in the Land Intermodal Terminal

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Formánek Ivo VŠPP, a.s., Prague, Czech Republic, EU,,
Co-authors: Vozňáková Iveta
Abstract: Logistics has not been considered as an "extra" important part of business processes in the past. Often, it was underestimated and most often dealt as a last part of value added chains. [..] Read more
JARZĘBOWSKI Sebastian Kozminski University, Warsaw, Poland, EU,,
Co-authors: DALEWSKA Izabela
Abstract: In the last two decades, the topic of sustainability has moved from the edges of supply chain management research to the mainstream and is now an area of substantial research activity. In particular topic of sustainability exposed the short supply chains (SSCs). [..] Read more
KIBA-JANIAK Maja Wroclaw University of Economics and Business, Wroclaw, Poland, EU,,,
Co-authors: Witkowski Jarosław Baraniecka Anna
Abstract: The main aim of the paper is the identification of the scope and barriers of organization and operation of Japanese supply chains and networks in the different socio-economic condition in Poland. In the paper the six in-depth case studies of first tier-suppliers from automotive sector have been analysed in terms of facility location, planning, organization and control of processes, transport and warehousing, purchasing and inventory management, distribution and customer service, eco-logistics, supply chain social responsibility, production logistics, research and development, information technology, cooperation with local authority. [..] Read more
MARSZEWSKA Joanna R. Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland, EU,
Abstract: This paper discusses different types of major natural disasters risk which occurred in the past that may unexpectedly severely disrupt automakers supply chain networks in Japan in the future. Due to the high risk of natural hazards such as earthquakes or tsunami, it seems that Japan created the best prepared for disruptions industrial supply chain in the world. [..] Read more
BARTOSEK Vladimir Brno University of Technology, Faculty of Business and Management, Brno, Czech Republic, EU,,
Co-authors: JUROVA Marie
Abstract: The paper is based on the findings and conclusions of an investigation into the position of companies in the South Moravia Region. The application of logistics management as the main tool of strategic management requires the understanding of the present level of logistic conceptions in the business sphere. [..] Read more
BESTA Petr VSB - Technical University of Ostrava, Ostrava, Czech Republic, EU,
Co-authors: BEZECNÝ Jan MALČIC Tomáš
Abstract: The blast furnace process is a collection of a large number of physicochemical, thermal and mechanical processes. All processes do not run in isolation, but in parallel and in a certain interaction. [..] Read more
KOWALCZYK Małgorzata AGH University, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Robotics, Cracow, Poland, EU,
Co-authors: ZWOLIŃSKA Bożena
Abstract: The more complex a production process is, the more difficult it is to estimate accurately the production tasks times. The Project Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT) is one of the most frequently used methods for evaluating the project lead times (also sets of production tasks). [..] Read more
MAŁKUS Tomasz Cracow University of Economics, Cracow, Poland, EU,
Abstract: Return of products to supplier, as well as transfer of waste and recyclable materials to places of further use are treated as the last stage of the flow of goods through the enterprise. This stage of logistics activity is of particular importance in the company, especially in the conditions of the development of the concept of sustainable development. [..] Read more
HUSINEC Michal Czech University of Life Sciences in Prague, Department of Systems Engineering, Prague, Czech Republic, EU,
Co-authors: ŠUBRT Tomáš FEJFAR Jiří CHAMRADA Daniel
Abstract: The problem of current freight transport lies in a plenty of smaller shipments that are delivered daily to the same collection points. Consumers and Distribution centers have found the possibility to reduce the amount of money in stock if they order only those goods that they are able to sell in a short time. [..] Read more
KARKULA Marek AGH University of Science and Technology, Cracow, Poland, EU,,,
Co-authors: DUDA Jerzy SKALNA Iwona
Abstract: Strong competition in the logistics industry requires increasingly better vehicle route planning (VRP). Not surprisingly, for several years we can observe increasing interest in developing optimization tools for solving real logistics problems. [..] Read more
LASKOWSKA-RUTKOWSKA Aleksandra Lazarski University, Poland, EU,
Abstract: The dynamic development of air transport worldwide and, as a result, problems with airport capacity affect many countries, including Poland. According to forecasts, the main Polish airport located in Warsaw will reach its saturation capacity in 2022. Consequently, the airport system in Poland is undergoing significant transformations to become a hub-andspoke based model. [..] Read more
WINCEWICZ-BOSY Marta General Tadeusz Kosciuszko Military University of Land Forces, MULF, Wroclaw, Poland, EU,,
Co-authors: MAŃKOWSKA Maria
Abstract: The organization and implementation of multinational exercises is an important element of NATO's activities. Exercises continue to ensure that Allies are able to meet NATO’s level of ambition, and to demonstrate that capability for deterrence purposes. Implementation of exercises helps to strengthen the bond between participating units, but above all allows you to actually improve procedures and strategies. [..] Read more
CHAMRADA Daniel Czech University of Life Sciences in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic, EU,,
Co-authors: ŠUBRT Tomáš
Abstract: This research paper deals with the possible logistics measures in the inception phase of disaster management model. The inception phase is a potential new element of the disaster management model and could be specified as a significant time range between the emergence of disaster and its impact. [..] Read more
MILEWSKI Radoslaw MULF - General Tadeusz Kosciuszko Military University of Land Forces, Wroclaw, Poland, EU,,
Co-authors: KWIATKOWSKI Michał
Abstract: Processes in the area of supply logistics require managers to make effective and efficient decisions. This applies to a large extent to the public finance sector but practice shows that it covers the interface area of both sectors. [..] Read more
PATERAK Sławomir General Tadeusz Kosciuszko - Military University of land Forces, Wrocław, Poland, EU,,
Co-authors: WINCEWICZ-BOSY Marta
Abstract: For military logistics a special area are processes related to the sphere of food. Proper planning of purchases, deliveries and storage, and their right implementation, in the context of changing conditions determining the state of the environment (peace, crisis or war), are an important area of tasks for military logistics. [..] Read more
KOWALSKI Kazimierz MULF - general Tadeusz Kosciuszko Military University of Land Forces, Faculty of Management, Logistics Department, Wroclaw, Republic of Poland, EU,,,,
Abstract: Problems of logistics support of weapon systems in their life cycle operation and support phase, especially considering its modernization are presented in the paper. In the introduction inevitability of the modernization process of crucial weapon systems was emphasized. [..] Read more
CHAMIER-GLISZCZYŃSKI Norbert Koszalin University of Technology, Koszalin, Poland, EU,
Co-authors: Kostrzewski Mariusz
Abstract: The article concerns the application of industrial robots (IR) in selected areas of logistics. In the article there are given premises, from the point of view of which it is worth to consider issues focused around robotics in the context of Logistics 4.0 (L4.0). [..] Read more
DUDEK Marek AGH University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Management, Department of Business Management, Poland, EU,
Abstract: Contemporary production enterprises keep seeking organizational capabilities to enable them to function in the network environment. The requirements of Industry 4.0 for production virtualization and digitalization, cloud manufacturing or extended manufacturing impose the requirement to use system integration tools, intelligent robotization and automation or fast reconfiguration, as well as a package of methods and tools that accompany organizational changes. [..] Read more
KUTÁČ Tomáš VSB - Technical University of Ostrava, Ostrava, Czech Republic, EU,,,,
Co-authors: KUTÁČ Josef JANOVSKÁ Kamila ŠVECOVÁ Eva
Abstract: This article deals with possibilities in selecting the most accurate allocation of overhead costs of logistic and other supporting activities to primary (production) activities in cases where outputs of cooperating support activities in manufacturing enterprises are reciprocally consumed. A reciprocal consumption of outputs of supply, transport and maintenance activities, where the outputs of supply and transport activities are consumed by maintenance activities and the outputs of maintenance activities are consumed by supply and transport activities can serve as an example.. [..] Read more
SAMOLEJOVÁ Andrea VSB - Technical University of Ostrava, Ostrava, Czech Republic, EU,,,
Co-authors: LAMPA Martin HRUBÁ Dominika
Abstract: Nowadays, manufacturing companies are trying to automate production as much as possible according to the Industry 4.0 trend, leading not only to job reduction, but usually also to a greater division of labor and routine for the remaining employees. However, repeated movements in handling materials or products as results of the job division lead to sooner physical and mental exhaustion, and sometimes even to occupational diseases. Businesses must then seek out new workers and, in addition, bear large, extra costs for the affected workers compensations. [..] Read more
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