Coyle J.J., Bardi E.J., Langley C.J. (), The Management of Business Logistics –. A Supply [w:] Kolasińska-Morawska K., “Zarządzanie logistyczne”, Wyd. Results 1 – 20 of 20 Discover Book Depository’s huge selection of Edward-J-Bardi books online. Free delivery John J Coyle Zarzadzanie logistyczne. on Neural Networks – Conference Proceedings, January 1, vol. 5, pp. – () 8. Coyle, J.J., Bardi, E.J., Langley Jr., C.J.: Zarządzanie logistyczne.

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First, the difference between the logistic supply chains and logistic supply networks are discussed.

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The continuous increase in the market requirements which must be met by enterprises has resulted in the creation and development of supply networks. The Management of Business Logistics: Information quality includes information accessibility, information accuracy and the efficiency of information transmission. Supplying the stocks is generated in the IT system after reaching the safety level by spare parts and it takes a form of timely orders or special order.

Furthermore, information exchange systems must ensure that the defined logistic goals are realized. Main areas of potential conflicts between industry and commerce Tabela 1. Supply networks are created by joining independent supply chains through which products and services travel from the place of supplying in raw materials and components needed for production up to the place of their consumption.

The role of information is always fundamental no matter the type of relations. After finishing subject, student is able to specify directions and areas of investigation in aspect of implementing changes that improves logistics processes.

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After finishing subject, student is able to describes influence of logistics processes on enterprise? In the 90s retailers gained an additional advantage over other market exchange participants. Later, the EDI and Internet-based solutions have become ubiquitous. A perfect organisation and professional technical service, with a simultaneous care for high effectiveness, require concentrating efforts and means on ensuring the flow of products for sale at the level which satisfies the market demand.

It happens so due to the increase in the level of insecurity as to the availability of stocks or the operational capacity of logistyczhe particular network elements including enterprises. The dissemination of IT and new forms of e-business results in the changes in the supply networks. There are two basic types of relations as far as the interrelations between network links are concerned:. Of course the existence of badri networks which are very complex and not easy to present due to the number of links poses many organizational and technological challenges.


Another important element which must be taken into consideration is the demand and its forecasting. Technological development affects the supply networks in a very visible way. They become the ‘pressure group’ which is becoming more and more influential in the relations in the logistic supply networks. This situation is especially visible in data exchange processes.

Manufacturers may choose optimal location of raw materials and component parts necessary for the production process. Such a situation is possible only when the information system operates effectively. Kinds of orders made by a commercial company in the National Logistic Centre of the manufacturer and a procedure compulsory for lkgistyczne spare parts for individual needs of a customer have been characterised.

Logistics systems of enterprise; logistics as a mechanism of rationalisation and cost reduction; loggistics of supply, production and distribution; warehousing; transportation; Supply Chain Management. The structure of logistic system of spare parts distribution is based on three levels of availability.

Initially the information was exchange on paper and via phone. The fulfilment of requirements imposed by consumers such as faster, better, cheaper requires economical time management. The article presents basic objectives and tasks carried out within logistic management of a trade-service enterprise.

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Operational co-operation is based on the full information exchange between the supply network links the aim of which is to share the responsibility for the occurring risks.

Changes in bafdi behaviour are connected with very numerous factors affecting the widespread social life model. There are three basic forms of co-operative relations that is to say:. The baardi in the wholesale store of the dealer makes it possible to receive the parts immediately; ordering them at the National Logistic Centre involves waiting for 24 hours, while supplies from the European Logistic Centre are carried out within 48 hours.

It is especially visible in the so-called Bullwhip Effect or Whiplash Effect. Finally, two basic types of relations as far as the interrelations between network links are concerned are enumerated: The existence of the advantage of that sort in relations generates different conflicts between producers and retailers as well as leaders and other market participants of supply networks.


Such a solution will significantly decrease the number of errors made in forecasts. As far as the supply networks are concerned, it is the most important element affecting its functioning. All those factors result in the fact that the commercial companies change their approach to customers and they adapt their offers more to the needs and requirements of individual customers.

Logistics service quality as a segment-customized process. Fundamentals of Logistics Management. Creation of the point-of-sale image The best possible permanent offer of products Coylf brand name Policy of low prices Forcing additional discounts. As a result of such processes the expectations of final customers are changing as well. This increase is a result of a ruthless fight with small retailers who either did not manage to compete successfully or were taken over.

Internationalization and globalization of economy is a more and more widespread phenomenon observed in the economies of selected countries or zarzdzanoe continents e.

Polskie Wydawnictwo Ekonomiczne, Warszawa Such chains constitute the elements of mutually bound chains. A Supply Chain Perspective. Large orders Advantageous localization of own products on the shelf The best possible array of additional services Expecting the commerce readiness to accept deliveries. Information carriers in different links of supply networks Schemat 1. The producer processes the order.

It is possible only in the case of effective implementation of tools improving the functioning of the supply network. One should realize that information may be encountered in every aspect of supply network operation starting from offers, orders or other commercial documents, and ending with financial settlements, complaints or returns.

Among those factors there are such elements as the changes in the style of life and consumer patters. The structure of distribution of spare parts for farm tractors and machines functions as a net with the following elements: Shop advertisement Taking care of preferential treatment of the shop Localization of the product make according to the product range Promotion steered by the commerce Increasing the badri towards the shop.