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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Dina Sabrekova
International Delivery Routes: Case of "Nord Logistics"
Management
(Bachelor’s programme)
9
2016
The decreased complexity of logistics operations on international transport market and its’ effect on the major economic spheres has outlined the importance of cargo transportation development and optimization due to the implement of different kinds of transport.

The theme of supply chain management in International Cargo deliveries has been taken into consideration because this is not a high-developed segment in Russian logistics yet, still demanding improvement.

The research project is aimed to shed the light on optimization methods of International delivery routes. The methods, used in the research, include descriptive analysis, analysis of statistic data, SWOT-analysis.

The problem statement of this research is aimed to consider the efficiency improvement of cargo transportation in the international supply chains with the network schedule.

The research goal is identification the most rational delivery routes with the network schedule and identifying the most efficient supplier of transportation due to mathematic research.

The preliminary results are supposed to be identification the most rational delivery routes, confirmation the most general parameters of efficient supply delivery chain, analysis of International and Russian logistics market.

The structure of this project is the following: in the first part there would be covered the theoretical issues of International supply delivery and considered different approaches to optimization processes (by Lukinskiy V.S., Sergeev V.I., Budrina E.V.) The second part will assume the analysis of the real company “Nord Logistics” in the financial and SWOT-spheres. The third part is supposed to consider the mathematical approach of identifying the most effective delivery route and research the supplier of delivery for Ltd «Nord Logistics».

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