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Tools for Sharing and Transferring Information in the Field of Logistics

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Manuscript presents possible tools for sharing and transferring information in the field of logistics. Initial parts of the paper describe the need of a comprehensive logistics portal within entities operating in the Central Europe as well as outline various information regarding marketing tools for sharing and transferring information. Next part of the paper deals with the importance of mass media in terms of logistics. The most important chapter characterizes individual stages of the CELP project (Central European Logistics Portal) during its realization especially in relation to the logistics issues.

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Identification of Restricting Criteria for Comprehensive Assessment of Logistics Chains in Intermodal Transport

transport capacity of the train and railway track based on used types of wagons. In: Transport means proceedings of the 20th international conference, 5-7 October 2016 (pp. 584 – 588). Kaunas University of Technology, Kaunas, Lithuania. [8] Buková, B., Brumerčíková, E. & Kondek, P. (2017). Determinants of distribution logistics in the construction industry. Open Engineering: formerly Central European journal of engineering. 7(1), 14-18. [9] Majerčák, J., Kudláč, Š. & Ponický, J. (2016). Innovative management of supply chains. Logi: scientific journal on

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Draft for Revision of the Standards EN 12640 and EN 12641 Regarding the Securing of Cargo on Road Means of Transport

aiding the processes of cargo loading and securing in railway transport. In Carpathian Logistics Congress (CLC), 09-11 December 2013 (pp. 595-600). Cracow, Poland: Tanger LDT. ISBN 978-80-87294-50-5. [11] Kabacinski, J. & Wisnicki, B. (2009). Accuracy analysis of stowing computations for securing non-standard cargoes on ships according to IMO CSS Code. Polish maritime research, 16(2), 67-71. DOI: 10.2478/v10012-008-0024-6. [12] Wiśnicki, B. & Dyrda, A. (2016). Analysis of the intermodal transport efficiency in the Central and Eastern Europe. Nase More, 63

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Draft Methodology to Specify the Railway Sections Capacity

References [1] European strategies. (2011). White paper 2011 - Roadmap to a Single European Transport Area – Towards a competitive and resource efficient transport system, from https://ec.europa.eu/transport/themes/strategies/2011_white_paper_en . [2] Černá, L. & Mašek, J. (2015). The proposal the methodology of the supply chain management in transport and logistic company. Transport means 2015: proceedings of the 19th international scientific conference, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania. ISSN 1822-296X. [3] Nedeliakova, E., Sekulova

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The situation on the credit market versus the rate of economic growth in chosen countries of East-Central Europe

(NDEGRI) czy apriorycznie określony cel inflacyjny [Inflation neutral (NDEGRI) or a priori defined inflation target]. In I. Pyka, & J. Cichorska (Eds.), Finanse w niestabilnym otoczeniu - dylematy i wyzwania [Finance in an unstable environment - dilemmas and challenges]. Katowice, Poland: Wydawnictwo UE w Katowicach. Detken, C., Gaspar, V., & Winkler, B. (2004). On prosperity and posterity. The need for fiscal discipline in a monetary union, Working Paper Series No 420, European Central Bank. Retrieved from https

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Nurses in Poland — Immediate Action Needed

References Aiken, L. H., Sloane, D. M., Bruyneel, L., Van den Heede, K., & Sermeus, W. (2013). Nurses' reports of working conditions and hospital quality of care in 12 countries in Europe. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 50(2), 143-153. doi: 10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2012.11.009 Alameddine, M., Baumann, A., Laporte, A., & Deber, R. (2012). A narrative review on the effect of economic downturns on the nursing labour market: implications for policy and planning. Human Resources for Health, 10(23). doi: 10

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Identification of problems of implementation of Lean concept in the SME sector

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The article presents identification of problems during the implementation of Lean concept in small and medium-sized enterprises in Poland. Although the Lean methodology is recognized all over the world as one of the best and most effective ways to improve the functioning of enterprises, in Polish conditions exist serious problems with its implementation. Development of small and medium-sized enterprises is regarded as one of the measures of economic growth and a sign of healthy competition. The needs of the economy and the limited resources characterizing this enterprise sector imply the need to adjust its capacities to the requirements of the turbulent environment. In the analysis of problems there were used the results of questionnaire surveys conducted among representatives of the companies participating in the largest Lean conference in Central Europe.

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Synergies between an Observed Port and a Logistic Company: Application of the Discounted Cash–Flow Model and the Monte Carlo Simulation

Valuation Using Discounted Cash Flow Methods, European Business School, 2016. [15] M. A. Mehari and J. R. Turner, A Monte Carlo comparison between the free cash flow and discounted cash flow approaches, Tinbergen Institute Rotterdam, 2002. [16] M. Yang, "Modeling Investment Risks and Uncertainties with Real Options Approach", International Energy Agency Working Paper Series, vol. 13, pp. 1120-1137, 2007. [17] T. Copeland and J. Weston, Financial theory and corporate policy. Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley, 1988

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