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Improving the System of Delivery of Goods by Sea

Student: Oleg Rozhnov

Supervisor: Alexander Mayevskiy

Faculty: St.Petersburg School of Economics and Management

Educational Programme: Logistics and Supply Chain Management (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2019

This bachelor’s thesis is devoted to assessing the need to improve the system of delivery of goods by sea. In the course of the work have been provided three ways of delivering cargo from China to the city of St. Petersburg. On the example of the company "MERIDIAN LOGISTICS" LLC., an analysis was carried out of the forwarding activity of the transport company. Also, the calculation of the economic effect appearing from the purchase of a container from the line to the own use of a forwarding company was given. The text of the work contains an analysis of the logistics infrastructure, the necessary regulations for the organization of international transportation of cargo and customs clearance. According to the results of the study, a significant deficiency in the system of delivery of goods by sea was identified.

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