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Title:Preprečevanje izgub paketov na pošti slovenije
Authors:ID Dular, Sara (Author)
ID Gajšek, Brigita (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
ID Lisec, Andrej (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf VS_Dular_Sara_2021.pdf (1,37 MB)
MD5: 6BEFD69CC395C44616214EB2B65802B8
PID: 20.500.12556/dkum/c5393939-e3af-4f91-96b2-b498692080d6
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper
Organization:FL - Faculty of Logistic
Abstract:V zadnjem času je moč zaznati, da prihaja do povečane spletne prodaje in posledično do večjega števila izgub paketov. V diplomskem delu prikazujemo, kako ta problem preprečiti oziroma ga zmanjšati. Diplomsko delo začnemo s teorijo o paketih in standardu GS1, nato analiziramo posnetek obstoječega stanja od sprejema paketa na pošto pa vse do njegove vročitve. V delu predstavljamo tudi kritično analizo, ki vključuje tri vidike: zaposlenega na pošti, pošiljatelja in prejemnika. V sklopu raziskovanja smo predlagali dve rešitvi. Prva je uvedba tehnologije RFID. Ta možnost je učinkovitejša, ampak predstavlja z vidika podjetja Pošta Slovenija, d. o. o., velik finančni zalogaj. Druga rešitev je zaposlitev novega zaposlenega, ki bi bil zadolžen za skeniranje pošiljk. Ta varianta je finančno dostopnejša, vendar dopušča večjo možnost za napake. Na podlagi preučenih možnostih predlagamo uvedbo tehnologije RFID. Njena uvedba je sicer velik stroškovni zalogaj, vendar se na dolgi rok bolj obrestuje. S tovrstno tehnologijo bi Pošta Slovenije, d. o. o., imela možnost avtomatskega skeniranja vseh paketov, s čimer bi preprečila možnost izgube paketov in izboljšala nadzor nad pošiljkami.
Keywords:izguba paketov, sledljivost, tehnologija RFID, črtna koda
Place of publishing:Celje
Publisher:[S. Dular]
Year of publishing:2021
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-80301 New window
UDC:656
COBISS.SI-ID:86738179 New window
Publication date in DKUM:26.11.2021
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Language:English
Title:Preventing package losses in slovenian post office
Abstract:Recently, it has become apparent that there is an increase in online sales and consequently to that there is a greater number of package losses. In my diploma thesis I present how to prevent or reduce this problem. In my dissertation, I initially present the theory of packages and the GS1 standard. In my dissertation I analyze a snapshot of the existing situation from the receipt of the package in the mail to its delivery. The thesis also presents a critical analysis, which includes the perspective of the employee at the post office, the perspective of the sender and the recipien. As part of the research, we proposed two solutions. The first is the introduction of RFID technology. This option is more effective, but it represents a big financial bite. Another solution is to hire a new employee who would be in charge of scanning shipments. This variant is more affordable, but with a higher possibility of errors. In the end we sugest the introduction of RFID technology. This option is expancier, but it pays off in the long term. With this solution we would also prevent unscanned packages in our transport system and with that there would be no more package losses.
Keywords:Packet losses, Traceability, RFID technology, Bar code


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