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Simulation Modelling Based Work Optimization for Sea Container Terminals

Student: Artyom Puzynya

Supervisor: Vladislav Lukinsky

Faculty: St.Petersburg School of Economics and Management

Educational Programme: Strategic Management in Logistics (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2018

The final qualifying work is dedicated to the theme of application of simulation models for marine container terminals work optimization. The thesis presents methodology, classification, pros and cons of simulation modeling as well as precondition for its application in each case. In the practical part of the final qualifying work, the results of optimization of the work of the "BCT" enterprise by means of joint use of road transport by carriers are presented. Using simulation modeling, a comparative analysis of the performance before and after optimization was carried out. The author has developed recommendations for increasing the work efficiency and speed of the enterprise. The thesis volume is 74 pages and it contains 14 pictures and 10 tables, 47 sources have been used as references.

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