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New Formats of Product Distribution of Consumer Goods Triggered by International IT-Startups in Logistics and 3D-Printing

Student: Nikita Lazarev

Supervisor: Nadezhda Zinkovich

Faculty: Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs

Educational Programme: International Business (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2018

Current master thesis is devoted to distribution formats of consumer goods and how IT-startups in logistics and 3D-printing is influencing them. 3D printing in particular is a brand new technological solution in supply chain management, its influence is not yet discovered, only in 2017 appeared first estimations and prognoses of PwC and DHL, but a success case has not been presented yet. The following work highlights and analyses peculiar characteristics of technological solutions in logistics sphere and basing on this analysis as well as on the past years' experience vector of distributions formats' development is formed, key tendencies and bottlenecks are determined and respective solutions are proposed.

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