|Opis:||From many aspects, the process of loading and unloading the heavy goods vehicles is the one of most significant activities of logistics. For this reason, the task of our university graduation thesis was to examine the above mentioned process as the part of Pivovarna Laško Union work activities, specifically at the Laško location, as well as to introduce possible solutions to more effective and safer work performance. In order to facilitate the key topic, we meant the first part of the thesis to illustrate the caught in the act situation, i.e. the loading-unloading process carried out within the plant, selected as a model, including every single part of the operation from the initial drive-in of the vehicles, the registration to the unloading operation, the system of loading itself as far as to the final loading of goods, and departure of loaded and sealed vehicles. Despite the fact that the process is generally running smoothly, numerous failures have been found out in particular phases of the process, and discussed in the second part of the thesis – the outdated manual registration of vehicle drivers onto a blank sheet of paper; the abroad-destined vehicles, loaded only in the morning time, while Slovenia-destined ones undergo the loading only in the afternoon; a single loading post at the loading ramp, and a random warehousing of final products into the warehouse zones, which enables an on-time loading due to longer commissionaire tracks, are just few remarks to mention.
The final part is mainly dealing with a precise analysis, which proposes eventual solutions to every single failure; we have brought them together to address the enterprise with more effective and safer possibilities of realising work tasks. The implementation of electronic registration system of drivers, the loading both Slovenia and foreign countries destined vehicles during the entire working hours, separate warehousing of specific final products according to the destination they are supposed to be delivered to (foreign destinations or Slovene ones, respectively), and the arrangement of an additional loading post, are just few to be pointed out.|