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Distribution System Improvement on the Basis of CPFR Concept (Case Study of Pepsico Holdings LLC)

Student: Konstantin Dolgov

Supervisor: Pavel Sverchkov

Faculty: Graduate School of Business

Educational Programme: Strategic Management in Logistics (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2017

1. Subject of master thesis: "Distribution System Improvement on the Basis of CPFR Concept (Case Study of Pepsico Holdings LLC)" 2. Student: Dolgov, Konstantin Igorevich, group 151, faculty of business and management, school of logistics HSE 3. Supervisor: Sverchkov Pavel Aleksandrovich, senior lecturer of the Department of logistics. 4. Key words: logistics of distribution; distribution network; joint planning, forecasting and replenishment in supply chains; warehouse logistics; optimization of storage facilities in a distribution network. In this work, I will consider the optimization of the distribution process of finished products, based on the implementation of collaborative planning, forecasting and replenishment, as well as the reorganization of the warehouse network. The necessity of introduction of the above changes is due to the need to respond to changing demand from the end consumer and optimize the frozen financial resources of the company. As a result of these proposals will be reduced logistics costs, improved service for customers and improved financial and economic indicators of the company. Moreover, these implementation will provide the company with a strategic advantage among its closest competitors. The economic effect is calculated by using the strategic profit model. Economic feasibility is proven. The volume of the master thesis: pages – 93, figures – 22, tables – 22, list of references - 30, applications – 4 – on 4 pages.

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