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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Valeriy Inozemtsev
Development of Delivery Schemes Using Several Means of Transport
Logistics and Supply Chain Management
(Bachelor’s programme)
2018
Nowadays a lot of companies, which provide business with some logistical operations with different types of transport, are trying to improve and develop their delivery schemes. Optimization of delivery schemes may give an opportunity to companies to decrease costs and to choose fastest or optimal way of delivery their goods.

The present paper is intended to cover most essential questions concerning the development of schemes in accordance with existing restrictions. The general purpose of this project is to develop and prepare solution to the concrete case with the compression of other opportunities, which are also possible. To achieve this goal, main factors of delivery and type of goods will be analyzed. Efficiency of existing routes and delivery conditions are going to be revised.

The proposal includes the following sections: introduction to the study, literature review, methodology and summary of the results anticipated.

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