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Improving Transportation of Petrochemical Products: a Case of Sibur Holding

Student: Ilya Efremov

Supervisor: Vladimir Pavlovich Klepikov

Faculty: Graduate School of Business

Educational Programme: Logistics and Supply Chain Management (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2021

Project proposal - development of recommendations to improve the efficiency of transportation of finished products on the example of the petrochemical company PJSC "Sibur Holding To achieve the purpose it was necessary to carry out the economic activity of the organization and its logistic component, to identify problems in the logistic activity of the organization and analyze their causes, to make theoretical and analytical research of ways to eliminate and prevent the identified problems, to develop recommendations for improving the efficiency of logistic business processes based on the information obtained and make their economic substantiation Keywords: transportation, optimization, efficiency improvement, logistics, digitalization of logistics, economic and mathematical methods and models

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