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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Timur Neretin
Increasing Efficiency of the Route Development Process for Auto Transport Using TMS-Systems
Logistics and Supply Chain Management
(Bachelor’s programme)
2016
Annotation

1. The title of graduation thesis:

" Increasing Efficiency of the Route Development Process for Auto Transport Using TM-Systems"

2. Student

Neretin Timur Viktorovich, BLG 124, Faculty of Business and Management, School of Logistics

3. Supervisor

Vladimir E. Novikov, Candidate of techincal sciences, professor.

Key words: management of logistics infrastructure, key performance indicators, traffic management system, the model of strategic profits.

The purpose of the SRS is to provide solutions to improve road management efficiency. The objectives of this work: To carry out an economic analysis of the company. Identify the major competitors of the company in the segment of refreshing products. Analyze the Logistics system and identify weaknesses that require attention from the companyAbout. Determine the location of the object of research in the logistics system. Analyse existing "best practices" in the field of improving the management of transport processes, and to find solutions, which are suitable for the study of the company.

Insufficient level of development of information system, which does not allow for efficient transport management. Low transparency of operations. High operational costs. The complexity of scheduling. . The low level of inventory turnover. The complexity of inventory planning

We prove the economic feasibility of the introduction of traffic management systems, return on equity increased by 4% .bschaya cost savings amounted to 16 million rubles.

Thesis volume: p. 80, figures - 10 tables - 8, a list of references - 36.

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