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Multi-Objective Optimization of Delivery Terms of Suppliers Based on Decision Tree Methodology Through the Example of Retail DIY Company

Student: Maksim Barashkov

Supervisor: Denis Gusev

Faculty: Graduate School of Business

Educational Programme: Logistics and Supply Chain Management (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2019

The final qualifying paper on “Multi-objective optimization of delivery terms of suppliers based on decision tree methodology through the example of retail DIY company” includes an introduction, the main part and a conclusion. The main part consists of three chapters. The first chapter gives a general description of the company LTD “Leroy Merlin Vostok”, analyzes of its financial and economic position and the logistics system. The second chapter is a theoretical justification of the basic concepts on the work subject. The third chapter includes some measures aimed at addressing the problems identified in the first chapter, as well as the economic justification for the effectiveness of these measures. The volume of final qualifying work is 62 pages. The purpose of this work is optimization of delivery terms of LTD “Leroy Merlin Vostok” suppliers The object of the study is the trade company LTD “Leroy Merlin Vostok” which distributes DIY products in the territory of Russia. The subject of the research is the mathematical model of decision-making on the interaction with the suppliers in the field of optimizing main supply conditions.

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