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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Olesya Barsuk
Improvement of Methods of Strategic and Tactical Supply Chain Planning Based on Optimization Modelling
Strategic Management in Logistics
(Master’s programme)
10
2016
The master’s dissertation is devoted to the improvement of methods of strategic and tactical supply chain planning based on optimization modeling. The optimization problem of network structure of supply chain is considered in the context of «ADM» company.

The goal is to develop an algorithm for solving the problem of optimal dislocation of warehouses and attachment of the consignees to the warehouses in a supply chain of the company «ADM».

The research subject is the supply chain of the «ADM» company with analysis of it’s underlying logistic process.

The subject of investigation is the methods of strategic and tactical supply chain planning by making use of optimization modeling.

The work outline. Master’s dissertation includes introduction, three chapters, conclusion, references and appendixes.

Scientific novelty is the following:

- An extended classification of facility location models with structure: Characteristic of classification – Types – Examples, has been proposed;

- The specific mathematical problem for optimal warehouses dislocation and attachment of the consignees in a supply chain of the company «ADM», which takes into consideration specific features of the supply chain, has been developed;

- The algorithm for solving the problem of optimal dislocation of warehouses and attachment of the consignees to the warehouses in a supply chain of the company «ADM» combining both the methods of relative advantages and the models of linear programming has been developed. It is this combination that enables one to take into account, along with, quantitative restrictions the qualitative ones imposed on the service level of the «ADM» company.

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