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eng After COVID-19: supply chain change
Cripps, Jeremy
Worldwide indexes confirm supply chain disruptions are ‘historically high’ and as the Economist makes clear ‘uncertainty lies ahead.’ After Covid 19, and now in the context of the war in Ukraine, “disaster” is real. The purpose of this paper is first to identify the levers, the key visible breakdowns in Covid 19 impacted supply chains. Then to identify the fulcra” that maybe “really important and relevant” to supply chain change. Resilience to pandemic breakdown in supply change are considered in five key areas. The resilience of supplier netwo...
Hrčak ID: 283640


eng Lean Supply Chain: Take an Opportunity to do More with Less
Cvetić, Biljana; Vasiljević, Dragan; Novaković, Jelena; Đorđević, Anđela
Tehnički glasnik Vol. 15, No. 2, 2021
The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate that the application of lean approach in supply chain can act and influence the improvement of performances of the overall supply chain, as well as of all its participants. Some of the benefits which can be achieved by applying lean tools, methods and techniques, with minimal required investment, in supply chain are: reduced wastes, reduced costs, improved quality, faster delivery, and consequently increased supply chain profitability. In this paper, the comparison of traditional and lean supply chain...
Hrčak ID: 258439


eng The impact of supplier relationships on supply chain performance of trade companies in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Kozarević, Safet; Kovačević, Šejla
Management Vol. 26, No. 2, 2021
The need for companies' interconnection and advantages of mutual business cooperation led to the development of supply chain management in the 1980s. Along with the intensified market globalization process, companies have become aware of the need to develop efficient supply chains. A supply chain includes a series of activities from planning and organizing to controlling the flow of material and services from suppliers to the final customer. The supply chain effectiveness depends to a large extent on relationships with suppliers. Thus, relation...
Hrčak ID: 266246


eng The Impacts of Operational Risks in the Supply Chain of Construction Projects in Malaysia
Shahbaz*, Mumammad Saeed; Qureshi, Muhammad Asif; Sohu, Samiullah; Keerio, Manthar Ali
Tehnički vjesnik Vol. 27, No. 6, 2020
Construction glitches have become serious issues for Malaysian construction projects. The construction industry is one of the industries driven by supply chains and affected by interconnected risks. Any disruption happening anywhere will halt the whole project or even other projects. However, massive literature is available to deal with various kinds of risks from the supply chain (SC) of the construction industry that have never been discussed before. This is an empirical investigation and the data was collected through a questionnaire distrib...
Hrčak ID: 248224


eng The Impact of Information Sharing on Different Performance Indicators in a Multi-Level Supply Chain
Türker*, Yasemin Altun; Tunacan, Tuğba; Torkul, Orhan
Tehnički vjesnik Vol. 28, No. 6, 2021
Enterprises can use different methods/principles to obtain competitive advantages. Information sharing (IS) among supply chain (SC) partners is also one of these methods used in enterprises and it has positive effects on overall system performance like reduced inventory level, decreased cost, bullwhip effects and increased profit. In this paper, our aim is to present the impacts of IS on different costs like ordering, holding and penalty costs of each SC member and total system costs in multi SC. We want to show the effects of sharing different...
Hrčak ID: 264055


eng Modem Information Communication Technologies and Tools for Supply Chain Management
Vatovec Krmac, Evelin
Promet - Traffic&Transportation Vol. 17, No. 6, 2005
The paper presents the most important supply chain technologies,including the latest applications and software toolsused by companies that operate in the transportation and logisticsfields. The primary goals of these technologies are informationexchanges within and between organizations and/or managingsupply chain related data and activities. New electroniclogistics applications are increasingly being moved off proprietarysystems and private networks onto the intemet. With thee-commerce market exploding, portals are becoming a key elementin bri...
Hrčak ID: 102294


eng FOOD WASTE AND FOOD LOSS IN THE RETAIL SUPPLY CHAIN
Petljak, Kristina
InterEULawEast Vol. 8, No. 2, 2021
The food supply chain consists of five phases: production, storage and handling, processing and packaging, distribution on the market, and final consumption. Appropriate conditions need to be provided at each stage of the supply chain to reduce food losses and food waste. A fundamental transformation of the global food system is needed in order to tackle food waste and food loss. The growing attention to food loss and waste is reflected in the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), SDG 12: Responsible Consumption and Production (UN SDG, 2015,...
Hrčak ID: 271035


eng Supply chain complexity in power transformer industry
Kivrak, Ufuk
Transformers Magazine Vol. 6, No. 5, 2019
The complexity of the supply chain in transformer industry is usually not well understood. This article aims to create a better insight into this area by analyzing the characteristics of supply markets for power transformer industry, the product characteristics and by defining appropriate supply chain. Finally, some of the methods for supply chain optimization are described.
Hrčak ID: 228363


eng How management tools holistically support enterprises’ operation in supply chains?
Treven, Sonja; Uršič, Duško; Rashad, Walled
Management Vol. 24, No. 1, 2019
The paper examines how utilization of management tools supports enterprises’ operating in supply chains. The paper critically reviews the results of a previous, survey-based study, with a sample of 198 employees from Slovenian organizations, who assessed utilization of management tools in their organizations. With hierarchical regression analysis authors test the associations between management tools’ usage and enterprises operating in supply chain; the impact was controlled with the most significant personal and organizational drivers of manag...
Hrčak ID: 221545


eng Adaptive Fuzzy Model for Determining Quality Assessment Services in the Supply Chain
Tomašević, Milovan; Ralević, Nebojša; Stević, Željko; Marković, Vidan; Tešić, Zdravko
Tehnički vjesnik Vol. 25, No. 6, 2018
The problem that is being addressed in this paper is to improve the services provided by company and achieve better communication between companies in the supply chain. Therefore, a qualitative assessment of service has been required. This service is characterized by a group of parameters, which are often inaccurately estimated values, as well as their importance for the evaluation system. This is often the result of assessor´s uncertainty, variability of conditions, etc. Therefore, in the context of AM4SCM (Adaptive Model for Supply Chain Mana...
Hrčak ID: 212823