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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Ivan Shidlovskii
Optimization of Logistics Activities Transportation Support of the Electrical Products Distributor Company LTD "TPK "MSK"
Strategic Management in Logistics
(Master’s programme)
2017
The external environment imposes many restrictions on the logistics activities of distribution companies, including in the field of multi-nomenclature supplies of cable and wire products, placing organizations in a significant dependence not only on customers and manufacturers, but also on the features of the products, for example, their weight and size characteristics. In such conditions, it becomes difficult to use many methods and approaches that can improve the efficiency of the company. Improving the delivery strategy, in particular, their transport support, allows organizations to optimize the overall logistics costs of companies.

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