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Product Lifecycle Management in the Conditions of the Circular Economy

Originální název

Product Lifecycle Management in the Conditions of the Circular Economy

Anglický název

Product Lifecycle Management in the Conditions of the Circular Economy

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Automotive industry, more specifically manufacture of motor vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers (CZ-NACE 29), is one of the most important sectors of the manufacturing industry both in the European Union and the Czech Republic. In 2014, the total waste generated in the EU-28 by all economic activities and households amounted to 2,503 million tons [1]; 21% of the annual industrial waste production can be attributed to the manufacturing industry. The article focuses on the proposal for methodology of product lifecycle management based on the principle of logistics management in the contemporary context of the circular economy concept. Analyzing documents, the objective is to describe and evaluate logistics spiral of the product lifecycle in such a way that general methodology of precycling will be formulated in the stage of research and development, manufacturing consumption/use (application of preventive approaches and measures enabling and facilitating waste recycling) in the selected part of the manufacturing industry CZ-NACE 29. Application of the general methodology should be in the entire logistics chain, i.e.,in all levels of supply chain simultaneously, in all strategies of companies so as to achieve both new forms of business activities and competitive advantage of the entire network organization and, consequently, every company. Meaning of drafted methodological framework is to define an optimal recycling rate from the point of sustainable development, material flow closing and waste recycling optimization. Thus, qualities of sustainability (sustainable supply chain management) and environment (green supply chain management) from the management of the logistics networks integrate into the global society conditions of circular economy.

Anglický abstrakt

Automotive industry, more specifically manufacture of motor vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers (CZ-NACE 29), is one of the most important sectors of the manufacturing industry both in the European Union and the Czech Republic. In 2014, the total waste generated in the EU-28 by all economic activities and households amounted to 2,503 million tons [1]; 21% of the annual industrial waste production can be attributed to the manufacturing industry. The article focuses on the proposal for methodology of product lifecycle management based on the principle of logistics management in the contemporary context of the circular economy concept. Analyzing documents, the objective is to describe and evaluate logistics spiral of the product lifecycle in such a way that general methodology of precycling will be formulated in the stage of research and development, manufacturing consumption/use (application of preventive approaches and measures enabling and facilitating waste recycling) in the selected part of the manufacturing industry CZ-NACE 29. Application of the general methodology should be in the entire logistics chain, i.e.,in all levels of supply chain simultaneously, in all strategies of companies so as to achieve both new forms of business activities and competitive advantage of the entire network organization and, consequently, every company. Meaning of drafted methodological framework is to define an optimal recycling rate from the point of sustainable development, material flow closing and waste recycling optimization. Thus, qualities of sustainability (sustainable supply chain management) and environment (green supply chain management) from the management of the logistics networks integrate into the global society conditions of circular economy.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT157347,
  author="Vladimír {Bartošek} and Marie {Jurová}",
  title="Product Lifecycle Management in the Conditions of the Circular Economy",
  annote="Automotive industry, more specifically manufacture of motor vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers (CZ-NACE 29), is one of the most important sectors of the manufacturing industry both in the European Union and the Czech Republic. In 2014, the total waste generated in the EU-28 by all economic activities and households amounted to 2,503 million tons [1]; 21% of the annual industrial waste production can be attributed to the manufacturing industry. The article focuses on the proposal for methodology of product lifecycle management based on the principle of logistics management in the contemporary context of the circular economy concept. Analyzing documents, the objective is to describe and evaluate logistics spiral of the product lifecycle in such a way that general methodology of precycling will be formulated in the stage of research and development, manufacturing consumption/use (application of preventive approaches and measures enabling and facilitating waste recycling) in the selected part of the manufacturing industry CZ-NACE 29. Application of the general methodology should be in the entire logistics chain, i.e.,in all levels of supply chain simultaneously, in all strategies of companies so as to achieve both new forms of business activities and competitive advantage of the entire network organization and, consequently, every company. Meaning of drafted methodological framework is to define an optimal recycling rate from the point of sustainable development, material flow closing and waste recycling optimization. Thus, qualities of sustainability (sustainable supply chain management) and environment (green supply chain management) from the management of the logistics networks integrate into the global society conditions of circular economy.",
  address="TANGER Ltd., Ostrava",
  booktitle="CLC 2018: Carpathian Logistics Congress Conference Proceedings, Peer Reviewed",
  chapter="157347",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="TANGER Ltd., Ostrava",
  year="2019",
  month="may",
  pages="90--96",
  publisher="TANGER Ltd., Ostrava",
  type="conference paper"
}