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Integrated sustainable freight transport system for city multi-floor manufacturing clusters

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Product analysis using value stream mapping

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Barriers of implementation of pro-environmental activities in supply chains

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Engineer 4.0 in a metallurgical enterprise

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Quantitative assessment of urban transport development – a spatial approach

new area of the city’s value]. Studia Ekonomiczne. Zeszyty Naukowe Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego w Katowicach , 249 , 134-144. Cheba, K., & Saniuk, S. (2016). Sustainable urban transport – the concept of measurement in the field of city logistics. Transportation Research Procedia , 16 , 35-45. Cools, M., Moons, E., & Wets, G. (2010). Calibrating activity-based models with external origin-destination: overview of possibilities. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board , 2175 , 98-110. Czech, A. (2014

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Logistics Maturity Model for Engineering Management – Method Proposal

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Quality Study and Improvement of Logistic Processes on the Example of a Chosen Enterprise

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Taxonomic and Econometric Analysis of Road Transport Development in Poland – The Voivodship Approach

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Transport is considered one of the basic aspects of the movement of people, raw materials as well as goods from the place of origin to the destination. Moreover, in the wider sense, transport includes economic bodies that aim to achieve goals similar to those of businesses that produce a wide range of goods required by customers. Hence, the efficient operations of basic branches of the transportation system determine the entire national economy. Furthermore, transport is considered a basic factor of development, both on the macro- and microeconomic scales.

The aim of the paper is to attempt the assessment of the road transport in Poland as an important element of macro logistics. Furthermore, one of the aims of the investigation was the explanation of its influence on the level of economic development in Poland.

As the source of information, the research used the data drawn from the Central Statistical Office of Poland. The main methods implemented in this study were both classic and order synthetic measure construction. Further, these measures were used in econometric models as well as for the prediction of their values.

The main result of the analysis indicates that the development level of the widely considered infrastructure is strictly correlated with the socio-economic development of particular voivodships.

The study on the level of road transport development can lead to a better understanding of the socio-economic development of particular areas of Poland as well as the more efficient use of the support funds.

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Implementation of Six Sigma methodology using DMAIC to achieve processes improvement in railway transport

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