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Sustainable Manufacturing Systems Based on Demand Forecasting—Supply Chain Sustainable Growth

  • Martin HartEmail author
  • Pavel Taraba
  • Jiří Konečný
Conference paper
Part of the Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies book series (SIST, volume 52)

Abstract

Contemporary business environment is characterized by a high level of dynamics development and by competitive advantage. There is an increasing demand on both living environment protection and effective management of supply chains of particular industries. Supply chains have been becoming more complex and bulkier in the light of streaming material flows. One of the bases of a long-term socio-economic development of society in current global business environment is effective planning, management and control of bulky material flows of supply chains. Company’s management systems and also manufacturing management systems should be based on a forecasting subsystem of an independent demand or consumption. An accurate demand forecast enables adequate production of final products, parts, etc., although there is no overproduction or shortage. In final consequence the manufacturing systems based on progressive forecasting subsystems represent one of the main parts of supply chains in context of living environment protection and long-term sustainable development—thus the production or material flows are adequate within particular regional or global supply chains. This article deals with current issues of effective manufacturing systems of supply chains based on prognostic subsystems of independent demand or consumption.

Keywords

Manufacturing systems Supply chain management Sustainability Demand forecasting Methodology 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Faculty of Logistics and Crisis ManagementTomas Bata University in ZlínZlínCzech Republic

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