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International Shipment Organization

Student: Aleksandra Dubrovskaya

Supervisor: Alexander Mayevskiy

Faculty: St.Petersburg School of Economics and Management

Educational Programme: Logistics and Supply Chain Management (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 9

Year of Graduation: 2018

Today due to the increase in shipment flow development of routes optimization methods becomes an urgent problem. It is necessary to reduce costs of the transportation and deliver various goods just in time. This research is dedicated to the international delivery of cargo. The purpose of the work is to find the optimal route for the delivery of cargo from Komsomolskiy to Vancouver. As the main research methods, the network graph, the model of optimal delivery party, the model of choice of logistics intermediaries are used. This research represents approaches to optimization of parameters of the logistic system in cargo delivery. Also, the optimal route of delivery from Komsomolskiy to Vancouver is demonstrated. Keywords: cargo delivery, international transportation, optimization, network graph

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