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Phone: (495) 771 32 58

Email: info@mclog.ru

Administrations

School Head Valentina Dybskaya

Academic Supervisor Viktor Sergeyev

Deputy Head for Research Victoria Gerami

Deputy Head for Student Research Denis Aleksandrovich Gusev

Deputy Head for Prospective Student and Alumni Affairs Tamara Levina

Deputy Head for International Relations Andrey Vinogradov

Deputy Head for Academics Alla Viktorovna Fel

Article
Supply chain planning methodology for metals

Solodovnikov V. V.

Machines. Technologies. Materials. 2019. No. 4. P. 171-172.

Book chapter
Supply chain planning methodology for metals

Solodovnikov V. V.

In bk.: Foundry 2019. Proceeding of the XXVI International Scientific and Technical Conference. Sofia: Scientific Technical Union of Mechanical Engineering "INDUSTRY-4.0", 2019. P. 17-18.

Working paper
Improving Transport Infrastructure in Russia

Kolik A.

OECD Economics Department Working Papers. ECO/WKP. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 2015. No. 1193.

Students of School of Logistics and International Logistics Center Participate in 'Supply Chain Simulation'

On November 24th-25th, 2017, the School of Logistics held business game "Supply Chain Simulation" for students of the School of Logistics and International Logistics Centre. The game was conducted by Eugene Trushkin, consultant and project manager in the field of logistics and supply chain management, and business coach Gerd Rieger (Berlin, Germany).

The organizers noted a very high level of involvement of students - both EMBA and masters, were pleasantly surprised by the very good level of English. The method was positively accepted by the students, they noted the opportunity to see with their own eyes how the supply chain works, to work in different supply chain functions (sales, distribution, warehouse, production, purchasing, customer, supplier). Students noted that the game gave an opportunity to see the supply chain "from the height of bird's flight" and out of the boundaries of the individual functions, i.e. to consider the optimization of the entire chain.