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Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Maria Dolgova
Development of Simulation Model of Equipment Supply Chain for Realization of Oil-processing Plant Modernization Programme
Strategic Management in Logistics
(Master’s programme)
Every year in Russia, and especially in the central region, the number of cars is growing, increasing the consumption of gasoline and other refined petroleum products. In connection with this fact, there are increasing requirements to its quality and ecological standards. Currently, the company considered successfully implemented modernization program that includes various components. In this paper, we will consider its logistics component, namely the development of simulation model of equipment supply chain.

Presented paper is divided into three chapters. In the first chapter we will analyze general state of the company, its position in the industry and also access financial and economic condition of the company. In addition, logistics system will be analyzed for problems identification.

The second chapter deals with the theoretical aspects of the possible solutions and development of approach to simulation model creation.

In the third chapter based on presented data, the simulation model will be developed, determined arrangements for its successful implementation and calculated cost-effectiveness of the proposed solutions.

The result of this work will be development of the agreed delivery schedules, as well as inventory management advice on site for temporary storage at the plant.

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