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The supply of the BILLA store
Kučerová, Karolína ; Vinš, Marek (advisor) ; Vala, Bronislav (referee)
The Bachelor thesis made at a theme The supply of the BILLA store puts an aim at a finding of a method to eliminate superfluous supplies in the chosen store. The superfluous supply and a subsequent ending of guarantees origins during of a purchase and a supplying yet by a wrong organization of storage items and by a bad attitude of employees to storage items in the chosen store. The aim of this thesis is an analysis of factors which cause the superfluous supply and the ending of guarantees, and then to suggest moves which would lead to exacter orders of supplies and more effective organization of supplies in a storehouse.
Analysis of logistic processes in CSI – DISTRI s.r.o.
Štěpánský, Jan ; Vinš, Marek (advisor) ; Plšek, Jan (referee)
The bachelor´s thesis focuses on analysis of logistic processes in CSI DISTRI s.r.o., which is provider of logistic services for the Swiss brand of sports clothing called Compressport Int. SA. The aim of this thesis is to analyse process chain in the company by the method SIPOC together with the evaluation of potential faults during set processes by the analytic method FMEA. The output of this thesis is rate of failure for the defects which are founded together with suggested arrangements which would eliminate defects during logistic processes chain inside the company. The results of this thesis are evaluation of set logistic process with the suggestion for their improvement. This thesis would be suitable as suggestion for more efficient internal logistic processes which should lead to more satisfied customers.
Automation of purchasing processes
Fortelný, Martin ; Vinš, Marek (advisor) ; Čížek, Petr (referee)
This research paper addresses the concept of automation within the context of direct procurement. It firstly aims to determine the theoretical extent to which it is possible to automate procurement processes and secondly, it aims to simulate the automation of specific processes in real business environment. The theoretical extent was determined via possible scenarios which automation could evolve into. The simulated automation was described on three distinct process steps and followed by quantitative and qualitative evaluation. Areas for significant savings were identified. The main contribution of this paper lies in specifying the maximum costs the business should pay for automating the three process steps.
Usage of drones in the Logistics of the company SKODA AUTO a.s.
Čajko, Adam ; Jirsák, Petr (advisor) ; Vinš, Marek (referee)
This Master´s Thesis Usage of drones in the Logistics of the company SKODA AUTO a.s. reacts to the current trend of unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) which are being used in many areas. Aim of this thesis is to analyse laws which regulate the operation of drones in selected countries, to assess suitability of drones for specific process of inventory of empty containers in the company SKODA AUTO a.s. and to suggest an alternative solution for this process. Thesis investigates usage of drones in the Logistics mainly for goods delivery and stock inventory. Mass drone delivery is currently not feasible due to many problems and challenges. Stock inventory has become a reality. Analysis of legislation is focused on EU, Czech Republic, Germany and China. Technology for inventory of empty containers using drones in SKODA AUTO a.s. has a long payback period (21 years) and author does not recommend drones for this process based on this criterion. As an alternative solution, the technology designed at AUDI company is recommended (camera placed on forklift and software for automated container identification).
Automatizace nákupu
Cizner, Pavel ; Vinš, Marek (advisor) ; Jirsák, Petr (referee)
The research goal was to find out the current and possible level of procurement automation and its contribution to less routine and more creative jobs. The goal was accomplished by literature review and data collection via survey. The data collected evaluated enterprises in developing and developed countries. The research hypothesis of developing countries automating more than developed ones was not supported by the data tested via Mann-Whithey U test. The data collected was from 146 respondents from all around the world. Therefore, there are limitations of the conclusions. The thesis and its survey contributes to the knowledge about the level of procurement automation.
Procurement at ČEPRO, a.s.
Ihring, David ; Vinš, Marek (advisor) ; Ševecová, Ivana (referee)
Diploma thesis deals with identification and analysis of the risks in procurement at ČEPRO, a.s. with usage of FMEA method. Companys business activities are transportation, storage and distribution of the oil products, storage of the state oil product funds and managing of the fueling station net called EuroOil. The aim of the thesis is the identify and analyze potential risks in ČEPRO, a.s. procurement process with usage of the FMEA method and propose measures that could lead to improve the procurement process. Thesis is divided into four chapters. First chapter deals with the procurement theory, second chapter deals with Czech public procurement act, because ČEPRO, a.s. use the procurement processes that are inspired by this act. Third chapter presents the company, companys procurement organization and procurement processes. Fourth chapter identifies and analyze the potential risks in the procurement processes and propose the measures that could to lead procurement processes improvement.
Procurement of Transportation Services in Anheuser-Busch InBev
Ivashkevich, Alexandra ; Vinš, Marek (advisor) ; Kolář, Petr (referee)
Nowadays, companies involved in the international trade and production of goods in order to retain customers and increase market share are forced to assure excellence in the performance at all stages of their supply chains. Transportation plays critical role and can be argued to be the most crucial link in the supply chain determining its success or failure. However, regardless of such high importance, this process is very often outsourced as companies do not possess sufficient expertise and resources to deploy this function in-house. Thus, companies have to develop effective strategies and plan their procurement activities accordingly and then manage the outcome. There is not a lot of studies that would take a narrow look at the development of procurement strategy for transportation services in particular. This work is aimed to get the insight and discuss strategic, planning level and post operational evaluation of the procurement of transportation services and explore practical implication on the example of AB InBev through in-depth interviews with company employees. As an outcome this work is aimed to provide an outline of the company performance, value added or negative aspects as a result of application of previously discussed strategies.
Improving logistics operations in the warehouse of Stroj Servis Plus
Feklistov, Maxim ; Vinš, Marek (advisor) ; Mervart, Michal (referee)
This bachelor thesis is focusing on the logistic operations in the warehouse of a particular organization. The objective of the thesis is to analyze logistics operations in the warehouse of Stroj Servis Plus and propose certain measures, based on selected methods, which might lead to improvement in the efficiency of the current logistics operations. This bachelor thesis is divided into two parts. In first part, theoretical part, is describing the basic theoretical concepts and principles, connected with the main field of the interest. The second part, practical part, begins with the introduction of the company Stroj Servis Plus and analyzing of the logistics operations in the warehouse. Based on the facts, discovered in the intercompany documents, own practice in the firm and theoretical knowledge propose solutions that would eliminate any disadvantages and improve logistics operations in warehouse of the selected company.
Sustainable procurement
Bahor, Asja ; Vinš, Marek (advisor) ; Zamazal, Jiří (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to evaluate sustainable procurement practices of companies in the Czech Republic. The thesis is divided in two parts. The first part focuses on theoretical background of sustainable procurement and its implementation in the company. The second part of the thesis elaborates on implementations of the theory outlined in the first part. Based on a survey, the author analyses sustainable procurement practices of large companies in the Czech Republic.
Optimalization of material flow in automotive industry
Kolář, Tomáš ; Jirsák, Petr (advisor) ; Vinš, Marek (referee)
This master thesis is focussed on optimalization of material flow in an automotive company. First part introduce theoretical background. Automotive industry and its actual trends on global markets. Follows short introduction of the company where project of this thesis was executed. Main theoretical part describes concept of lean management, its tools in practical examples, but it is also focussed on philosophical approach to the work and mindset of the company. Follows the aplication part based on theoretical background. The whole project of this master thesis is focussed on specific area called PC store. At first this area is showed in context of overall material flow. Shortly there are introduced processes and areas where full material packaging flows. Follows deeper analysis and optimalization of PC store itself. There are three approaches of stock and lead time reduction applied. Last part shows the comparison of initial and future state including performed changes.

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