PELLEŠOVÁ, Pavlína, Josef BOTLÍK, Milena BOTLÍKOVÁ and Miroslava KOSTKOVÁ. USE OF PRECEDENT MATRICES IN SUPPLY CHAINS. In TANGER LTD. CLC 2015: CARPATHIAN LOGISTICS CONGRESS - CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS. Jesenik, Czech Republic: TANGER LTD, KELTICKOVA 62, SLEZSKA, OSTRAVA 710 00, CZECH REPUBLIC, 2016. p. 45 - 50. ISBN 978-80-87294-64-2.
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Original name USE OF PRECEDENT MATRICES IN SUPPLY CHAINS
Authors PELLEŠOVÁ, Pavlína (203 Czech Republic, belonging to the institution), Josef BOTLÍK (203 Czech Republic, guarantor, belonging to the institution), Milena BOTLÍKOVÁ (203 Czech Republic, belonging to the institution) and Miroslava KOSTKOVÁ (203 Czech Republic, belonging to the institution).
Edition Jesenik, Czech Republic, CLC 2015: CARPATHIAN LOGISTICS CONGRESS - CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS, p. 45 - 50, 6 pp. 2016.
Publisher TANGER LTD, KELTICKOVA 62, SLEZSKA, OSTRAVA 710 00, CZECH REPUBLIC
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Original language English
Type of outcome Proceedings paper
Field of Study 50204 Business and management
Country of publisher Czech Republic
Confidentiality degree is not subject to a state or trade secret
Publication form electronic version available online
RIV identification code RIV/47813059:19520/16:A0000105
Organization unit School of Business Administration in Karvina
ISBN 978-80-87294-64-2
UT WoS 000387950100006
Keywords in English Supply chain analysis; matrix precedence
Changed by Changed by: Ing. Miroslava Kostková, Ph.D., učo 48691. Changed: 3/3/2020 14:07.
Abstract
usiness success is based, among other things, on the ability to manage the company and to affect own position in the networks structures of the supplier-customer relations. Internal, but especially external processes, situated among company and its suppliers have an important role in optimization of business environment. Optimization of the supply chain is one of the tools, it means, that the optimization of a system is created by the business processes of all organizations, which are directly or indirectly involved in satisfaction of the customer requirements. Therefore an optimization must be on the level of producers, suppliers but also transporters, wholesalers and warehouses, retailers and ultimately of the customers. The supply chain is characterized by the reversible flow of material, financial and informational flows among its individual levels. Material flows represent distribution of the new products in direction from suppliers to the customers, after them in opposite direction the products are forwarded especially in process of reverse logistics for servicing, recycling or their disposal; we cannot forget also the financial and information flows. Thus, the supply chain includes the subjects and processes at the various levels. Part of the processes works in parallel; the streams in the chain are divided into network structure. We can say, that the supply chain can represent a multi-level network which does not have to include all levels from producers over consumers.
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