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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Kseniya Teribunova
Logistic Processes in Production System
Management
(Bachelor’s programme)
2017
Logistics processes commonly serve as connective elements in production systems and the efficiency of the system undoubtedly depends on its coherence which must be accomplished by organising processes. Nevertheless, the principles of organizing the internal logistics system and the criteria of special instruments appliance are understudied. The approach of this particular survey is to reveal some criterea of appliance of the instruments while analizing the examples of their use mentioned in literature and regarding real enterprise production system with its processes. An emperical observation was carried out for this paper without making any changes in the existing production system of the organization. The implications of the research must be a part of interest of logistics managers organizing the processes because the principles of the logistics system optimization within the process approach will be suggested in this paper.

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