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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Nikita Nebogin
Improving the Efficiency of Logistics Infrastructure Use in a Trading and Manufacturing Company
Logistics and Supply Chain Management
(Bachelor’s programme)
2017
1. Topic of the research – “Improving the Efficiency of Logistics Infrastructure Use in a Trading and Manufacturing Company”

2. Student: Nikita Nebogin, BLG 131, School of Logistics, Faculty of Business and Management, National Research University – Higher School of University

3. Supervisor: Borisova Lyudmila Andreevna, Ph.D. in Economics, assistant professor of logistics HSE

4. Keywords: logistics infrastructure, increasing efficiency, own fleet, warehouse productivity

The expenses related to logistics infrastructure use and maintaining represent a major part of the overall operational costs of enterprises. Proper management of infrastructure use is a topical issue for every trading and manufacturing company.

The purpose of the study is to develop a set of procedures that would allow the increase of efficiency of logistics infrastructure use for a trading and manufacturing company. To reach this goal the issues in the current approach for infrastructure use are discovered and analyzed. The analysis is followed by a theoretical research of ways and methodologies used for resolving similar issues. Finally, a set of tailored procedures is proposed. These changes are proved to be reasonable via use a DuPont analysis model.



5. Bachelor Volume Graduate work: p. – 85, figures – 15, tables – 21, a list of references – 27

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