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Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Nikita Shkilev
Improvement of Mineral Products Delivery Schemes in the Case of PJC Uralkali
Logistics and Supply Chain Management
(Bachelor’s programme)
1. Qualifying Work Title

"Improvement of Mineral Products Delivery Schemes in the Case of PJC Uralkali"

2. Student

Shkilyov Nikita Maksimovich, BLG 134, Faculty of Business and Management, School of Logistics.

3. Academic supervisor

Klepikov Vladimir Pavlovich, doctor of engineering, professor

Keywords: scheme of deliveries, mineral fertilizers, transportation, improvement, multimodal transportations

The purpose of the work is improvement of mineral fertilizers delivery schemes from Russia to China. The main tasks are: analysis of economic and logistic activity of the company; definition of the main logistic problems; improvement of current fertilizers delivery schemes and estimation of economic efficiency of proposed measures.

The object of the research is a choice of the mineral fertilizers supply scheme from Russia to China, and the subject of research consists in optimization of the considered delivery shemes.

In this work the rational transport scheme of mineral fertilizers supply is developed.

Economic efficiency of proposed measures implementation is proved. As a result, profitability of the own capital in the strategic profit model grew by 0,2%.

Work volume: pages - 77, pictures – 18, tables – 11, literature sources - 25.

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