CLC - Carpathian Logistics Congress

Conference Proceedings - CLC 2023

CLC 2023 - Carpathian Logistics Congress
November 8 - 10, 2023 / Wellness Hotel Step, Prague, Czech Republic, EU
www.logisticon.cz
ISSN: 2694-9318
ISBN: 978-80-88365-17-4

 

The 11th Carpathian Logistics Congress CLC 2023 took place in Prague (Czech Republic) on November 8 - 10, 2023. The congress was organised by Škoda Auto University in cooperation with Technical University of Košice, AGH University of Krakow and other important partners. More than 90 participants from 9 countries listened to 32 lectures and viewed 29 posters.

We were pleased that Škoda Logistics was again the main partner of the CLC Congress hosted in the Czech Republic.

The congress was opened with an online lecture by Prof. Thomas Wimmer from Bundesvereinigung Logistik (BVL) e.V. (Germany). He dedicated his lecture to current trends and challenges in supply chain management. The following plenary lecture was given by Dr. Michal Demečko from Škoda Auto (Czech Republic). This lecture dealt with the transition from engine to battery production (automation of logistics processes in battery production). In the third lecture, Prof. Ingo Gestring from HTW Dresden University of Applied Sciences (Germany), addressed the question: will the new german supply chain act save the world? Impressions from different countries. The last plenary lecture was given by Prof. Agnieszka Tubis from Wroclaw University of Science and Technology (Poland), where she introduced the operational risk in Logistics 4.0 systems.

However, the thematic scope of the lectures at the conference was traditionally much broader. Researchers presented innovations not only in supply chain management (SCM), strategy and planning, suitanable logistics processes or advanced logistics technologies, but also in AI-based logistics application or challenges of artificial intelligence in Logistics and SCM.

Friday's programme was devoted to the topic of artificial intelligence, with three invited lectures on Challenges of AI in Logistics presented by experts from Brno University of Technoly, ADASTRA and Škoda Auto. For pre-registered participants there was also a practical workshop by Prof. Thomas Liebetruth from the University of Applied Sciences (Germany) dedicated to AI in a daily work with practical demonstrations and a subsequent panel discussion with experts in this field with the participation of a virtual expert.

The prize for the best poster has been awarded to Jakub Kovalčík from Technical University of Košice (Slovakia). In his poster he presented the Possibilities of Building Robotic Workplaces with the Help of Educational Robots. Also, two honorable mentions have been awarded to Norbert Chamier- Gliszczyński, Adam Wyszomirski, Marcin Olkiewicz and Joanna Dyczkowska from Koszalin University of Technology (Poland) and to David Staš and his colleague Tomáš Malčic from Škoda Auto University (Czech Republic).

On Thursday afternoon, congress participants had the opportunity to visit the Škoda Auto plant and take part in an excursion of top-class solutions in Škoda Logistics.

The next 12th CLC Congress will be held in 2024 in Krakow (Poland).

 

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JELEŃ Łukasz Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Wroclaw, Poland, EU
Co-authors: KARKULA Marek KLUWAK Konrad OLEARCZUK Dariusz
Abstract: In the rapidly evolving landscape of logistics and warehousing, efficient inventory management is one of the most important issues. Forklifts, as indispensable tools in these environments, play an essential role, especially in the movement of goods. [..] Read more
SAWICKI Piotr ,2Poznań University of Technology, Poznań, Poland, EU, piotr.sawicki@put.poznan.pl, hanna.sawicka@put.poznan.pl
Co-authors: SAWICKA Hanna KARKULA Marek ZAJDA Krzysztof
Abstract: This paper presents a multi-pallet loading problem, assuming that products are heterogenous, and pallet loading units can be stacked creating sandwich (SNDW) loading units. The research task is to support the optimal composition of products on pallet units using the available space at the maximum level, and fulfilling the constraints, such as the maximum weight, height and stability of multi-pallet units. [..] Read more
JELEŃ Łukasz Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Department of Computer Engineering, Wroclaw, Poland, EU, lukasz.jelen@pwr.edu.pl, piotr.ciskowski@pwr.edu.pl, andrzej.rusiecki@pwr.edu.pl
Co-authors: KLUWAK Konrad CISKOWSKI Piotr TARASIUK Marcin OLEARCZUK Dariusz RUSIECKI Andrzej
Abstract: Turfgrass management represents a critical aspect of landscaping, sports fields, and golf course maintenance. The efficient logistics of turfgrass, encompassing tasks such as mowing, fertilization, and irrigation, can significantly impact its health and aesthetics. [..] Read more
AMBRIŠKO Ľubomír Technical University of Košice, Faculty of Mining, Ecology, Process Control and Geotechnologies, Košice, Slovak Republic, EU, lubomir.ambrisko@tuke.sk, daniela.marasova@tuke.sk
Co-authors: MARASOVÁ Daniela
Abstract: The paper is aimed at the experimental testing of the impact energy of conveyor belts in terms of their resistance to puncture using the Design of Experiment (DOE) method. The plan of the experiment consists of selecting a response i.e., the analysed impact energy, defining selected factors: A ‒ impact height; B ‒ hammer weight; and C ‒ impactor type, designing and implementing the experiment, and evaluating the significance of the effects of the individual factors and their interactions using a t-test, which is expressed in the output by means of the p-value. [..] Read more
DOHNAL Pavel VSB - Technical University of Ostrava, Ostrava, Czech Republic, EU, pavel.dohnal@vsb.cz
Co-authors: DOHNAL Pavel Jr. KAZANTSEV Dmitry
Abstract: Artificial intelligence today has become a tool suitable not only for solving household and industrial problems, but also for optimizing and improving the efficiency of business processes. Using the example of the procurement of high-tech metallurgical products, the article demonstrates the areas of effective application of artificial intelligence in a multi-stage international project. [..] Read more
FABIANOVA Jana Technical University of Kosice, Faculty of Mining, Ecology, Process Control and Geotechnologies, Kosice, Slovak Republic, EU, jana.fabianova@tuke.sk, samuel.hancar@student.tuke.sk
Co-authors: JANEKOVA Jaroslava HANCAR Samuel
Abstract: The article discusses the solution to the traffic situation on the selected traffic section of road II/552 in the city of Košice using simulations in the PTV Vistro program. The current state of the traffic section does not meet the requirements for the flow of traffic for a long time, and it is necessary to take measures to increase its throughput. [..] Read more
FELIKS Jerzy AGH Technical University of Krakow, Faculty of Management, Krakow, Poland, EU, jfeliks@agh.edu.plkbm@agh.edu.pl, kasia.kp.piotrowska@gmail.com
Co-authors: MAJEWSKA Katarzyna PIOTROWSKA Katarzyna
Abstract: In the area of supply chain management, selecting the right suppliers plays a key role in ensuring the smooth operation of the entire process. Traditional evaluation methods of the suppliers often rely on clear-cut metrics, failing to consider the complexity and uncertainty that often accompany these processes. [..] Read more
HÖHROVÁ Paula University of Zilina, Zilina, Slovak Republic, EU, paula.hohrova@fri.uniza.sk, jakub.soviar@fri.uniza.sk
Co-authors: SOVIAR Jakub
Abstract: Today's times are marked by fast-paced lifestyles, high demands and lots of stress. This is reflected in deteriorating human health and congested roads. [..] Read more
HOLMAN David Skoda Auto University, Mladá Boleslav, Czech Republic, EU, david.holman@savs.cz
Co-authors: HANĎÁK Miloš ŠVEJDAROVÁ Eva
Abstract: Supply Chain Management (SCM) has evolved from a linear, fragmented approach to a complex, interconnected system that spans the global landscape. As businesses grapple with the challenges of an increasingly volatile and uncertain world, a paradigm shift in SCM becomes imperative. [..] Read more
CHAMIER-GLISZCZYŃSKI Norbert Koszalin University of Technology, Faculty of Economic Sciences, Koszalin, Poland, EU, norbert.chamier-gliszczynski@tu.koszalin.pl; adam.wyszomirski@tu.koszalin.pl; marcin.olkiewicz@tu.koszalin.pl; joanna.dyczkowska@tu.koszalin.pl
Co-authors: WYSZOMIRSKI Adam OLKIEWICZ Marcin DYCZKOWSKA Joanna
Abstract: In the field of transport, various types of initiatives are undertaken to improve the organization, operation and management of a given transport system. Initiatives aimed at improving the quality of urban transport through the purchase of low- and zero-emission rolling stock are important in this respect. [..] Read more
CHAMIER-GLISZCZYŃSKI Norbert Koszalin University of Technology, Faculty of Economic Sciences, Koszalin, Poland, EU, norbert.chamier-gliszczynski@tu.koszalin.pl, joanna.dyczkow ska@tu.koszalin.pl, adam.wyszomirski@tu.koszalin.pl
Co-authors: DYCZKOWSKA Joanna WYSZOMIRSKI Adam
Abstract: The issue of supply chain resilience is currently being raised in part because of the pandemic and the war between Ukraine and Russia, which have disrupted flows in the chemical supply chain. In the latest research available, one of the main options for strengthening supply chains is to shorten them. [..] Read more
JANEKOVA Jaroslava Technical University of Kosice, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Kosice, Slovak Republic, EU, jaroslava.janekova@tuke.sk
Co-authors: FABIANOVA Jana
Abstract: The article presents a stochastic approach to the assessment of the economic efficiency of the modernization of the shipping warehouse. The assessment is based on simulations carried out through a software tool. [..] Read more
JAWORSKA Marlena Opole University, Opole, Poland, EU, marlena.jaworska@uni.opole.pl
Abstract: Firms are constantly looking for effective ways to achieve and maintain a competitive advantage. High competition and ever-increasing customer expectations make finding an effective way to achieve an advantage over competitors an extremely difficult challenge. [..] Read more
KAČMÁRY Peter Technical University of Košice, Faculty BERG, Institute of Logistics and Transport, Park Komenského 14, Košice, Slovakia, EU, peter.kacmary@tuke.sk
Co-authors: IMPPOLA Jorma J.
Abstract: Considering the ever-current topics regarding energy prices, availability and logistics in Europe and the world, it was found feasible and needful to make a comparative study of two European Union member countries, namely Slovakia and Finland. These countries have several features in common, like EU and NATO membership and therefore being eastern border of both, both having a population of about 5.6 million inhabitants, both having relatively high dependence on fossil fuel imports, both having also significant nuclear energy production capacity and both being a part of European energy markets. [..] Read more
KOVALČÍK Jakub Technical University of Kosice, Faculty of Mining, Ecology, Process Control and Geotechnologies, Department of Logistics and Transport, Kosice, Slovakia, EU jakub.kovalcik@tuke.skMartin.straka@tuke.sk
Co-authors: STRAKA Martin
Abstract: The article focuses on highlighting the possibilities of using educational robots in the creation of automated workplaces. As advancements in robotics and automation continue, simulating robotic workplaces has become an integral part of developing new production processes in various industries. [..] Read more
LENORT Radim Škoda Auto University, Mladá Boleslav, Czech Republic, EU, radim.lenort@savs.cz
Abstract: Supply chain resilience is a general capability of a supply chain to return to its original performance after serious disruptions such as natural disasters, economic crises, political conflicts, or pandemic crises. The paper presents a conceptual framework for building supply chain resilience in the automotive industry. [..] Read more
MALČIC Tomáš ,2ŠKODA AUTO University, Mladá Boleslav, Czech Republic, EU, tomas.malcic@savs.czdavid.stas@savs.cz
Co-authors: STAŠ David
Abstract: The aim of this paper is to present the methodology of application of process mapping for identification of potential for improvement of business processes. The methodology will be presented on the case of optimization of service processes in the company SCANIA Czech Republic s.r.o. [..] Read more
Matwiejczuk Rafał University of Opole, Institute of Economics and Finance, Chair of Logistics and Strategic Management, Opole, Poland, EU, rmatwiejczuk@uni.opole.pl
Abstract: Logistics is one of the most important management tools that allows firms to achieve success and to build and maintain competitive advantage. The development of logistics embedded in economic sciences, especially in economics and management sciences, is seen since the mid-20th century. [..] Read more
ONDOV Marek Technical University of Kosice, Institute of Logistics and Transport, Slovakia, EU, marek.ondov@tuke.sk
Co-authors: KRASNIČI Dávid PETROVSKÁ Ivana ČEREVKOVÁ Katarína
Abstract: For small and medium-sized companies operating in engineering, producing quality and non-defective products is indispensable. In order to ensure the occurrence of such products, the management must regularly monitor its production process and set preventive measures to prevent problems. [..] Read more
PEKARCIKOVA Miriam TUKE - Technical University of Kosice, Kosice, Slovak Republic, EU, miriam.pekarcikova@tuke.sk, peter.trebuna@tuke.sk, jan.kopec@tuke.sk
Co-authors: Trebuna Peter KOPEC Jan
Abstract: The article deals with increasing the efficiency of logistics flows in a company that carries out its activities in the field of the development and production of turbochargers. The presented study contains an analysis of logistics activities and processes, an analysis of stock levels and inventory management, and an assessment of the effectiveness of the implemented information system in the selected NPI/New Product Introduction warehouse. [..] Read more
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