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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Dmitriys Galashins
Analysis of Efficiency of Supply Chain Functioning Applying Imitation Modeling Methods
Logistics and Supply Chain Management
(Bachelor’s programme)
2018
Theme:

Analysis of Efficiency of Supply Chain Functioning Applying Imitation Modeling Methods

Thesis contains 88 pages including 4 pictures and 12 tables. 16 sources were used.

Key words: logistics, supply chain management, simulation modeling

Thesis object is company “Hyva Polska” based in Kraków, Poland. Thesis subject are processes in company’s supply chain which are related to the opening of new regional distribution center.

Thesis consists of introduction, 3 chapters, conclusion, list of sources and additional materials.

Introduction is dedicated to the actual significance of work, both theoretical and prctical. Main goal and tasks to accomplish in the work are also specified there.

In the first chapter description and analysis of economical functioning of „Hyva Polska” company is presented along with the product portfolio.

Second chapter is dedicated to the scientific literature related to the simulation modelling. Three ways of creating simulation model are compared and one most suitable chosen for the purposes of current work.

In the third chapter implementation of the simulation experiment is presented along with the suggested changes. There is also presented economical groundings for the suggested changes.

In the conclusion some main deductions are made and the work main questions are properly concluded.

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