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Improving the Efficiency of Inventory Management of a Pharmaceutical Company

Student: Alina Gres

Supervisor: Vladislav Lukinsky

Faculty: St.Petersburg School of Economics and Management

Educational Programme: Strategic Management in Logistics (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2019

The aim of this work is to improve the efficiency of inventory management of a pharmaceutical company. To achieve this goal, you must perform the following tasks: - To study domestic and foreign sources on the topic; - Consider the concept of "reserves", their functions and objectives of formation; - Consider the evaluation of the effectiveness of inventory management; - To study the existing problems related to stocks; - Consider the inventory management system in the enterprise; - Suggest ways to improve the efficiency of inventory management in the enterprise. The proposed measures to improve the efficiency of inventory management in the enterprise were aimed at determining the optimal level of inventory and reducing inventory management costs.

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