Sebastjan Škerlič

Sebastjan Škerlič
University of Ljubljana

Phd

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January 2020 - September 2021
Faculty of Maritime Studies and Transport
Position
  • Professor
January 2015 - December 2019
Faculty of Maritime Studies and Transport
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  • Assistant
March 2012 - December 2014
SL Logistika d.o.o.
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  • Managing Director

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Publications (15)
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Modern information technology solutions enable the optimization of work processes at every operational level within an enterprise. New waste recycling requirements will have a significant impact on the environment both now and in the future. The problem is that the new requirements result in higher costs, which can be reduced through improved waste...
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The aim of this paper is to develop a model for estimating the urban logistics improvements potential based on success factors of intermodal urban transport. There were two aspects considered for building the urban logistics time efficiency model: achieving an improved transport capacity without purchasing new vehicles, and transferring responsibil...
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The goal of the research is to determine how compensation affects the safety behavior of truck drivers and consequently the frequency of traffic accidents. For this purpose, a survey was conducted on a sample of 220 truck drivers in international road transport in the EU, where the results of the Structural Equation Model (SEM) show that in the cur...
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Due to its many benefits, the automotive industry is increasingly focused on the use of returnable packaging, but the benefits of using it can only be fully realized if the system is properly managed. This study therefore aims to build a model that enables a comparison between different sustainable packaging systems: non-returnable packaging, retur...
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The objective of the study is to determine whether the scientific literature in the field of heavy truck maintenance parallels current development trends in maintenance. For this purpose, models related to fleet maintenance were analysed in terms of cost optimization, decision-making support and improving employees’ maintenance competencies. The an...
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The purpose of the study is to determine whether the presence of risk management in a warehouse requires the implementation of modern warehouse technology. On the basis of the literature analysis, it was possible to determine that there is a correlation between the presence of the highest level of risk management and the use of modern warehouse tec...
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The goal of the study is to develop a model that focuses on managing logistics costs at all stages of a product’s life cycle. The model includes several different cost components and provides a wider coverage of individual processes, as logistics costs are present in different areas of a company’s operations. The applicability of the proposed metho...
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A statistical analysis has been conducted on a sample of 30 Slovenian companies, the main purpose of which was to determine the impact of the level of education of logistics employees and the logistics knowledge of employees from other departments on the logistics processes of companies. It has been determined that the acquired level of education h...
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The objective of this paper is to demonstrate the usefulness and reliability of modern warehouse technology for suppliers in the automotive industry and to identify the potential causes preventing it from being used more in practice. In recent years, we have seen great progress made in the development of modern warehouse solutions, as well as a dra...
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Warehousing is a labour-intensive process, requiring warehouse operators to use different methods of work and various equipment and to be in constant motion. During this process, various types of warehousing errors can occur, which can be reduced with the introduction of a suitable strategy. A prerequisite for this is to have sufficient knowledge o...
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Identifying the optimal warehouse location involves a series of qualitative and quantitative factors. The purpose of this study was to use hierarchical clustering to identify the optimal location for a warehouse, which would ensure the lowest cost, a high level of quality in supplying customers and connect the selling and purchasing activities of t...
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Participating in the automotive industry brings new responsibilities for suppliers who, in order to meet customer demands, must strive towards improving business processes, while at the same time reducing costs. These demands can disrupt the operations of companies that do not have a system for controlling logistics costs. On the other hand, custom...
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A lack of understanding of logistics costs, particularly in terms of their integrity and interdependence, allows for the interests of individual departments within a company, which are not always in line with the common interests of the business process of the company, to take precedence over necessary logistics cost planning. In order to address t...

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