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Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Nataliya Alyamovskaya
Development of Logistic Centre Management System by 4PL Provider
Strategic Management in Logistics
(Master’s programme)

1. Topic of magister’s thesis

«The improvement of planning processes of a manufacturing company»

2. Student

Alyamovskaya Nataliya, group MLG142, School of Logistics, Faculty of Business and Management

3. Supervisor

Sergeev Victor, professor, Doctor of Sciences in Economics

4. Key words: logistic centre, 4PL provider, integration, value-added services, management model

Recessionary trends make companies focus on their core competencies and outsource logistic functions to logistic operators. Meanwhile, a lot of organizations look to logistic services complexity improvement since it helps them to maximize value for end consumers in supply chain and to optimize costs.

The aim concerns the development of logistic centre management model by 4PL provider and definition of questions, concerned with its usage (in particular, financial aspects). Problems solution is shown with the help of automobile manufacturer supply chain.

There were developed recommendations which can simplify the process of logistic centre model formation by 4PL provider. Moreover, the suggested model is analyzed from the perspective of advantages and implementation barriers. Finally, financial and non-financial effects from model implementation are shown.

The contractors' activities should be coordinated with the help of 4PL provider in the logistic centre territory in order to provide the increase in value for end customers in supply chains.

5. The volume of studies: p. - 85, figures - 22, tables - 3, literary sources – 65.

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