Rational Logistics of Engineering Products to the European Union
[ 1 ] Instytut Technologii Materiałów, Wydział Inżynierii Mechanicznej, Politechnika Poznańska | [ P ] employee
chapter in monograph / paper
- sustainable supply chain
- mechanical engineering
EN Rational logistics design is fundamental for successful economic cooperation between Ukraine and the European Union supplying mechanical engineering products. Such aspects will additionally allow countries with expanding economies to determine conditions for building effective logistics in the European market. The growing needs of potential European consumers for mechanical engineering products are due to an increase in demand for cheap semifinished products and components with an inexpensive supply cost. Trade statistics between European countries and Ukraine indicate, in particular, demand increasing for Ukrainian commodities over the past four years. Therefore, logistics chain specifics design requires organizers to identify all conflict situations and risks. The paper highlights a detailed study of technological processes in context relationships between all participants in supply chains. In research, several alternative scenarios are proposed to organize supply chains for mechanical engineering products. The variants set consider each participant's capabilities: technical characteristics, technology features for performing operations, and resistance to risk situations. The perspective algorithm has been proposed to design supply logistics options for mechanical engineering products and created analytical models that consider the impact of random processes on operations execution. Thus, risks rate and failures are also considered at each stage of supply chains. The authors obtained nonlinear and linear models to predict the amount of supply. The influence level of random environmental factors was determined on delivery efficiency according to the restrictions system. Various scenarios of effective management decisions can be proposed based on the results of supply chain modeling for mechanical engineering products.
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