Program

THURSDAY – 12 OCTOBER, 2017 

08,00 – 09,00   REGISTRATION  09,00 – 09,15 OPENING OF INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE 
09,15 – 10,15   PLENARY SESSION – INVITED LECTURE BY KEYNOTE SPEAKER Univ.-Prof. Dr. Stefan Seuring (University of Kassel, Germany)

10,15 – 10,30   COFFEE BREAK
10,30 – 11,50   PARALLEL SESSIONS 1 AND 2

SESSION 1 – TRANSPORTATION (room 5) / Chair: Edna Mrnjavac (University of Rijeka) 

Helga Pavlić Skender, Petra Adelajda Mirković, Vinko Zaninović (University of Rijeka, Croatia)
TESTING GIBRAT’S LAW ON CROATIAN FREIGHT TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS FIRMS

Borna Abramovic, Eva Nedeliakova, Michal Panak, Denis Šipuš (University of Zagreb; Croatia; University of Žilina, Slovakia)
SYNERGY IN LOGISTICS PROCESSES FOR RAILWAY TRANSPORT

Lukáš Hanšút, Andrej Dávid, Jozef Gašparík (University of Žilina, Slovakia)
THE CRITICAL PATH METHOD AS THE METHOD FOR EVALUATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF THE OPTIMAL CONTAINER TRADE ROUTE BETWEEN ASIA AND SLOVAKIA

Aleksandar Erceg, Biljana Činčurak Erceg, Aleksandra Vasilj (J.J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia)
UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS IN LOGISTICS – LEGAL REGULATION AND WORLDWIDE EXAMPLES TOWARD USE IN CROATIA

Jelizaveta Janno, Ott Koppel (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia)
HUMAN FACTOR AS THE MAIN OPERATIONAL RISK IN DANGEROUS GOODS TRANSPORTATION CHAIN

SESSION 2 – PRODUCTION LOGISTICS (council chamber) / Chair: Piotr Cyplik (Poznan School of Logistics)

Dagmar Piotr Tomanek, Jürgen Schröder (Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt, Germany)
ANALYSING THE VALUE OF INFORMATION FLOW BY USING THE VALUE ADDED HEAT MAP

Maciej Bielecki, Barbara Galińska (Lodz University of Technology, Poland)
TOTAL LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT CONCEPT AND PRINCIPLES IN MANUFACTURING ENTERPRISE

Joanna Kolińska, Roman Domański  (Poznan School of Logistics, Poland)
THE ANALYSIS OF PRODUCTION LINES BOTTLENECKS – IDENTIFICATION AND WAYS OF MANAGEMENT 

Michał Adamczak, Piotr Cyplik (Poznan School of Logistics, Poland)
INFLUENCE OF TASK ENVIRONMENT ON EFFICIENCY OF MATERIAL FLOW IN COMPANIES WITH DIFFERENT LEVEL OF INTEGRATION OF PLANNING PROCESSES

Karolina Kolinska, Boguslaw Sliwczynski, Lukasz Hadas, Adam Kolinski (Poznań School of Logistics, Poland)
OPERATIONAL CONTROLLING IN THE MANAGEMENT OF SPARE PARTS AVAILABILITY

11,50 – 12,00 COFFEE BREAK
12,00 – 13,15 PARALLEL SESSIONS 3 AND 4

SESSION 3 – PURCHASING LOGISTICS (room 5) / Chair: Katija Vojvodić (University of Dubrovnik)  

Jaroslaw Milczarek, Piotr Cyplik, Sebastian Wieczerniak (Poznań School of Logistics, Poland)7 STEPS OF CHANGING A PURCHASING STRATEGY EXEMPLIED BY A SELECTED ENTERPRISE

Piotr Cyplik, Robert Uberman (Poznan School of Logistics; AFM in Kraków, Poland)ACTIVITY BASED COSTING AS A TOOL FOR EFFECTIVE USE OF OUTSOURCING IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT – CASE STUDY

Zbigniew Wisniewski, Joanna Mnich (Lodz University of Technology, Poland)
PROCESS APPROACH TO SUPPLIES AND ORDERS IN A PUBLIC HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION

Barbara Galińska, Maciej Bielecki (Lodz University of Technology, Poland)
MULTIPLE CRITERIA EVALUATION OF SUPPLIERS IN COMPANY OPERATING IN CLOTHING INDUSTRY  

SESSION 4 – CONTEMPORARY SUPPLY CHAIN CHALLENGES (council chamber) / Chair: Davor Dujak (J.J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia)

Joanna Miklińska (Gdynia Maritime University, Poland)
DEVELOPMENT OF THE INTERMODAL MARKET IN POLAND FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF CARGO HANDLING OPER

Noémi Piricz, Péter Bajor, Csilla Fejes (University of Dunaújváros, Hungary)
THE ROLE OF CONSUMER INVOLVEMENT IN OPTIMIZING THE ELECTRICITY SUPPLY CHAIN – SMART GRIDS, SMART CARS, SMART CONSUMERS? ACTIONS IN INTERNATIONAL SUPPLY CHAINS – SELECTED ISSUES

Robert Bašić, Helga Pavlić Skender (Lagermax Autotransport d.o.o.;  University of Rijeka, Croatia)
DELIVERY RELIABILITY IN OUTBOUND VEHICLE DISTRIBUTION – A FACTOR OF SUCCESSFULL AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CHAIN

Milivoj Marković, Nikola Drašković, Jasminka Samardžija (Rochester Institute of Technology, Croatia)
COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE IN COST SENSITIVE GLASS PACKAGING INDUSTRY THROUGH OUTBOUND LOGISTICS

Davor Dujak (J.J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia)
MAPPING OF NATURAL GAS SUPPLY CHAINS: LITERATURE REVIEW

13,30 – 13,30 COFFEE BREAK

13,30 – 14,30 PARALLEL SESSIONS 5 AND 6

SESSION 5 – RETAIL AND DISTRIBUTION LOGISTICS (room 5) / Chair: Volker Trauzettel (Pforzheim University, Germany)  

Volker Trauzettel (Pforzheim University, Germany)
COMPETING MANUFACTURERS AND RETAILERS IN FOOD RETAILING: THE EFFECT CONTRACTUAL DESIGN ON SUPPLY CHAIN PERFORMANCE

Ivan Kristek, Mladen Pancić, Hrvoje Serdarušić (J.J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia)
THE INFLUENCE OF THE CONCENTRATION ON THE PERFORMANCE OF FIRMS IN RETAIL INDUSTRY IN THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA

Zdenko Segetlija, Jelena Franjković (J.J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia)
THE IMPORTANCE AND DEVELOPMENT FACTORS OF RETAIL BUSINESS LOGISTICS – THE CASE OF THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA

Jelena Franjković, Davor Dujak, Dario Šebalj (J.J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia)
PRICE PROMOTIONS – IMPLICATIONS FOR LOGISTICS AND CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR 

SESSION 6 – TECHNOLOGY IN LOGISTICS (council chamber) / Chair: Josip Mesarić (J.J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia)

Branimir Dukić, Sanja Dugandžić, Stojanka Dukić (J.J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia)
CONCEPTUAL CRM APPLICATION DATABASE MODEL IN THE FUNCTION OF PHYSICAL PRODUCTS DISTRIBUTION FOR KNOWN CUSTOMER

Jozef Gašparik, Vladislav  Zitrický, Borna Abramović, Andrej Dávid (University of Žilina, Slovakia; University of Zagreb, Croatia)
ROLE OF CRM IN SUPPLY CHAINS USING THE PROCESS PORTAL

Dominika Crnjac Milić, Ivana Hartmann Tolić, Marina Peko (J.J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia)
THE ROLE OF MODERN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AS AN IMPORTANT ASPECT OF BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE IN THE OPTIMIZATION OF LOGISTICS SYSTEMS

Mia Delić, Blaženka Knežević, Petra Škrobot (University of Zagreb, Croatia)
ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGIES ADOPTION IN AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CHAINS – THE THEORETICAL REVIEW

14,30 – 15,45 LUNCH BREAK (starting from Faculty of starting from Faculty of  Economics by organized transportation)

15,45 – CONFERENCE SOCIAL EVENT (organized  transportation)
– visit to food company Belje d.d. – Vina Belje – one of the most modern  winery in Europe
– visit to wine cellar and restaurant Josić in Zmajevac – dinner for all participants 

FRIDAY – 13 OCTOBER, 2017 

09,00 – 10,20 PARALLEL SESSIONS 7 AND 8 

SESSION 7 – MARITIME LOGISTICS (room 5) / Chair: Adam Kolinski (Poznan School of Logistics) 

Cezary Mankowski (University of Gdansk, Poland)
INNOVATIVE SYSTEM OF TRUCK PRE-NOTIFICATION AT BALTIC DEPWATER CONTAINER TERMINAL IN GDANSK

Robert Marek (Gdynia Maritime University, Poland)THE ROLE AND PLACE OF CUSTOMS IN PORT COMMUNITY SYSTEM – EXPERIENCES FROM POLAND

Jędrzej Charłampowicz (Gdynia Maritime University, Poland)MEASUREMENT OF SUPPLY CHAIN EFFICIENCY – SELECTED ISSUES FOR RESEARCH AND APPLICATIONS

Goran Vučur, Ivica Miloslavić, Maro Bošnjak (University of Dubrovnik, Maritime and Technical School Dubrovnik, Croatia)IMPACT OF IMPROVING STANDARDS ON HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN MARITIME  

SESSION 8 – GREEN LOGISTICS (council chamber)  / Chair: Kristina Petljak (University of Zagreb, Croatia)                   

Marzenna Cichosz (Warsaw School of Economics, Poland)
COLLABORATING ON GREEN LOGISTICS IN CHEMICAL SUPPLY CHAINS: INSIGHTS FROM POLAND

Magdalena Klopott, Joanna Miklińska (Gdynia Maritime University, Poland)
INITIATIVES AND PRACTICES FOR GREENING LOGISTICS SERVICES ON THE POLISH MARKET – STATUS QUO AND DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Ana-Maria Cuglin, Kristina Petljak, Dora Naletina (University of Zagreb, Croatia)
EXPLORATORY RESEARCH OF FOOD WASTE GENERATION AND FOOD WASTE PREVENTION IN HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY – EXAMPLE OF ZAGREB RESTAURANTS

Karolina Gwarda (Gdynia Maritime University, Poland)
ECO-INNOVATIONS IN THE SPHERE OF MUNICIPAL WASTE MANAGEMENT IN THE POLISH CONDITIONS

10,20 – 10,40 COFFEE BREAK

10,40 – 12,20 SESSION 9

SESSION 9 – INTERDISCIPLINARITY IN LOGISTICS PRACTICE (council chamber) / Chair: Davor Dujak (J.J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia)  

Drago Pupavac, Mimo Drašković (Polytechnics of Rijeka, Croatia; Faculty of maritime studies – Kotor, Montenegro)
ANALYSIS OF LOGISTIC PERFORMANCE IN SOUTHEAST EUROPEAN COUNTRIES

Darko Karić, Đuro Horvat (Effectus University College for Law and Finance, Croatia)
PROFITABILITY OF PARTICIPANTS IN SUPPLY VALUE CHAIN IN CROATIA

Jelena Končar, Sonja Leković, Zita Petrović Katai (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
BRAND IMPLEMENTATION ON THE WEB IN MARKETING CHANNELS

Sebastian Wieczerniak, Piotr Cyplik, Jaroslaw Milczarek (Poznan School of Logistics, Poland)
ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS METHODS AS A TOOL OF EFFECTIVE CHANGE

12,20 – 12,30 CONFERENCE CLOSURE