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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STAŠ David Škoda Auto University, Mladá Boleslav, Czech Republic, EU, david.stas@savs.cz, tomas.malcic@savs.cz, radim.lenort@savs.cz
Co-authors: MALČIC Tomáš LENORT Radim
Abstract: A high standard of aftersales service is a prerequisite for the competitiveness and long-term prosperity of the global automotive industry. However, to achieve a high level of service processes, the right conditions must be created, and a number of tasks must be successfully resolved. [..] Read more
STRAKA Martin Technical University of Kosice, Faculty of Mining, Ecology, Process Control and Geotechnologies, Department of Logistics and Transport, Kosice, Slovakia, EU martin.straka@tuke.skpeter.kacmary@tuke.sk, jakub.kovalcik@tuke.sk
Co-authors: KAČMÁRY Peter KOVALČÍK Jakub
Abstract: Auto catalysts that have been discussed hold significant amounts of platinum-group metals such as platinum, palladium, and rhodium, depending on the specific type of catalyst. This makes them a potential reservoir of these precious metals. [..] Read more
ŠADEROVÁ Janka Technical University of Košice, Fakulty of BERG, Košice, Slovak Republic, EU, janka.saderova@tuke.skkatarina.cerevkova@tuke.sk, ivana.petrovska@tuke.sk, lucia.kleinova@tuke.sk
Co-authors: ČEREVKOVÁ Katarína PETROVSKÁ Ivana KLEINOVÁ Lucia
Abstract: Transport efficiency is one of the fundamental goals of a transport company. Carriers can use several methods and indicators to evaluate the operation of means of transport, which create a database of data for evaluating processes and the means of transport. [..] Read more
Trebuna Peter TUKE - Technical University of Kosice, Kosice, Slovak Republic, EU, peter.trebuna@tuke.skmiriam.pekarcikova@tuke.sk, matus.matiscsak@tuke.sk
Co-authors: PEKARCIKOVA Miriam matiscsak Matus
Abstract: A corporate information system is a program consisting of a logical procedure which transforms input data to required output data. When establishing corporate information systems using structured methods, data and processes are segregated and then separately modelled. [..] Read more
WICHER Pavel Škoda Auto University, Mladá Boleslav, Czech Republic, EU, pavel.wicher@savs.czfrantisek.zapletal@savs.cz; radim.lenort@savs.cz
Co-authors: ZAPLETAL František LENORT Radim
Abstract: The temporary external storage of Fully Build Units is currently a standard part of the outbound logistics of many car manufacturing companies. This problem arises mainly from the contradiction between the significant disruptions of supply chains caused by, for example, COVID-19, the chip crisis, the Ukraine war, and the reluctance to lose the production capacity of the assembly lines and related manufacturing operations. [..] Read more
ŻYCZYŃSKI Norbert Rzeszow University of Technology, Rzeszów, Poland, EU, n.zyczynski@prz.edu.plolejarz@prz.edu.plagazda@prz.edu.pl
Co-authors: OLEJARZ Tadeusz GAZDA Andrzej
Abstract: Crisis situations are mass events, independent of the specific threats that cause them. The term "estimated population" is used for groups of more than 100 people, simplifying and unifying calculations and forecasts. [..] Read more
KABUS Judyta Czestochowa University of Technology, Faculty of Management, Częstochowa, Poland, EU, judyta.kabus@pcz.pl
Co-authors: LENORT Radim
Abstract: In an era of fierce competition, the activities of business entities are not only limited to production, delivering products to the target market, but also to achieving the desired sales volume, maintaining proper relations with suppliers and customers. Close cooperation with suppliers and with the distributor is required. [..] Read more
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