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Regional Integration and the Automotive Industry: The Impact of NAFTA on Mexico and Canada
Červený, Matyáš ; Fiřtová, Magdalena (advisor) ; Kozák, Kryštof Přemysl (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with regional integration, with a focus on regionalism and the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), which introduced the liberalization of international trade between the United Sates, Mexico and Canada. The Thesis examines the period between 1993 and 2016. and the main topic of the thesis is the impact of the free trade agreement on developed Canada and developingg Mexico. The thesis analyzes how the implementation of NAFTA differed between Canada and Mexico. Whether the agreement had a different impact on the automotive industry in these countries and what impact it had on the workforce and investments that played an important role in the development of the automotive industry in North America. The thesis further examines how the production of the automotive industry in this region has changed, and which country has been able gain more from free market access. To answer these questions, a comparative analysis and a case study were used. These methods compare trends and developments in the automotive industry in Canada and Mexico and the impacts on the automotive industry. Based on this approach, the thesis found that NAFTA led to an increase in investment in the region, which increased automotive production. Production has shifted mainly to Mexico, which...
Workplace reconstruction project
Šmahel, Jiří ; Bartošek, Vladimír (referee) ; Juřica, Pavel (advisor)
This master's thesis focuses on managing a workplace reconstruction project, from which the company anticipates opportunities for growth and improvement of individual processes. The selected company has been dealing with issues of insufficient production capacity and the segregation of its workplaces for a long time. One potential solution is relocating to another facility, however it requires reconstruction first. The thesis contains a proposal how such a reconstruction could take place.
Improving the production process after implementation new technology
Drápelová, Markéta ; Bartošek, Vladimír (referee) ; Juřica, Pavel (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the improvement of the production process after the introduction of a new technology so that the improvement would be carried out by the appropriate design after the analysis of the actual state of the selected process. The work is done for the company NOMINAL CZ OBCHODNÍ, s. r. o., which is engaged in the production of healthy food. The first part of the thesis defines the theoretical bases that were key to the creation of the analytical part. It is more closely devoted to the identification and specification of problems, which are then solved in the design part, which recommends the company to take certain measures. These measures are then evaluated qualitatively and quantitatively.
Production preparation in business model
Čermáková, Lucie ; Videcká, Zdeňka (referee) ; Juřica, Pavel (advisor)
This master thesis deals with the design of technological preparation of production and product manufacturing together with the design of a model company established in the premises of the LAPROCO business process management laboratory. This model enterprise is intended to support the teaching of the Bachelor's degree programme in Process Management. The analysis describes the laboratory including its equipment and the curriculum and its content. The design part then deals with the outline of the model enterprise and its activities.
Improving the production process
Sušeň, Martin ; Machačová, Simona (referee) ; Juřica, Pavel (advisor)
This bachelor thesis is focused on business processes, where the aim is to propose improvements to the production processes in the manufacture of a cylindrical rotor, in order to increase productivity and reduce costs. The thesis is carried out in Innomotics Ltd. The theoretical part defines and describes the basic concepts related to the process and its possible analyses. The analytical part is then used to introduce the company and their processes, but is primarily concerned with mapping the production process, focusing mainly on material flow, productivity at each site and transport between sites. Based on the analyses, proposals are then made that aim to improve the entire production process. Finally, the overall benefits of this proposal for the company and its financial cost are also evaluated.
Information System for Production and Material Management
Škutová, Miroslava ; Hranický, Radek (referee) ; Rychlý, Marek (advisor)
The aim of this work is to digitalise key aspects of the production and personnel processes in an engineering company and at the same time to optimise the use of the existing HELIOS iNuvio information system. The software developed, based on PHP web technologies using the Symfony, React and REST frameworks, includes modules that not only replace the terminal application for production control and materials management, but also enable the digitalisation and simplification of other company processes, including the signing of important documents and machine management. The solution's analytics module provides management with detailed information on employee performance, production process efficiency and financial aspects of production using the Grafana visualisation tool. The attendance module replaces manual attendance management. This complex solution increases overall efficiency of business processes and improves the user experience without requiring additional investment in hardware or systems.
The Order Processing in The Selected Company
Urban, Dalibor ; Petříček, Aleš (referee) ; Milichovský, František (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with the course of the contract in the selected company PRAVAN, spol. s.r.o. On the basis of the information obtained, it describes its current situation, from the receipt of the order, through the entire production process, to the final dispatch of the finished product. The aim of the bachelor's thesis is to propose corrective measures that will lead to optimization of the order process in the company and minimization of delays in contract deadlines.
Design To Order solution for the retrofit of a low-voltage switchboard
Zezůlka, Matyáš ; Záhejský, Petr (referee) ; Juřica, Pavel (advisor)
This thesis focuses on the issue of retrofitting low-voltage switchgear. The ELSE unit of ABB s.r.o. decided to implement a new approach to switchgear retrofitting in order to optimize the existing process and thus reduce internal costs. The author of the thesis analyzed the current state of processes and costs associated with retrofitting and proposed a new form of this service, which led to the optimization of costs associated with retrofitting low-voltage switchgear.
Design of production technology of an aluminum alloy flange
Vrbka, Tomáš ; Chladil, Josef (referee) ; Sliwková, Petra (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis aims to create a technological procedure for producing a flange, including subsequent instructions and select suitable tools, gauges, and machine parameters necessary for its production. One piece of flange was produced. The material of the flange is aluminium alloy EN AW-2017A. The flange is part of the diesel pump and has the priority function of sealing and guiding the pump camshaft. The flange was produced on a one machine DMG Mori CLX 450 universal CNC lathe on one clamping. To verify the functionality of the design, a 3D model of the flange was first created and printed. A technological procedure for producing the component was made, and a CNC program was created for the machine. Subsequently, the actual production of the part was carried out. For production, a rod with a diameter of 80 mm was used and fed to a length of 40 mm. Turning technology was used for machine the face, grooves, outer and inner contours. Milling was used for the recesses for the bolts and drilling was used for the holes. Iscar tools were selected for turning, and Hoffmann Group tools were chosen for milling and drilling. After production, the important dimensions were measured by using Mitutoyo and Bowers gauges and a Mahr roughness gauge.
Design of bench drill
Štěrba, Jakub ; Marek, Tomáš (referee) ; Pavlík, Jan (advisor)
The aim of the work is a bench drill structural design. The first part describes drilling machine categories, compares some of drill press machines available on the market and lists main flaws of most drilling machines on the market. In the second part the basic concept is selected and the actual design of the individual components of the drill is performed. The third part contains selected strength and kinematic calculations. In the last part, the final model of the machine is presented, and the current production progress is discussed.

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