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The Enterprise Finished Product Warehouse Automation

Student: Anastasiya Dmitrieva

Supervisor: Alexander Mayevskiy

Faculty: St.Petersburg School of Economics and Management

Educational Programme: Logistics and Supply Chain Management (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2019

Despite the low rates of automation of warehouse complexes in Russia, a wide range of different solutions to solve this problem is on the market. In order not to get lost in this diversity, in this paper an algorithm was developed to select the most appropriate solutions for each specific case, and methods were proposed for selecting options for each group of operations, and their potential economic and organizational effect was analyzed. As an example of the process of developing an automation project, a warehouse of finished products of Coca-Cola HBC Eurasia LLC in St. Petersburg was chosen. The developed methods can be supplemented both by the expansion of the technological list and by a more detailed study of the decision-making system for various warehouse complexes.

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