MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 239, 2018Siberian Transport Forum - TransSiberia 2018
|Number of page(s)
|Planning and Managing Resources of Transport Enterprises
|27 November 2018
Planning and managing resources of transport enterprises
Siberian Federal University, Svobodnyy pr., 79, 660041, Krasnoyarskiy kray, Krasnoyarsk, Russia
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The paper considers a new approach to planning and forming a stock of spare parts necessary for the smooth functioning of transport enterprises. The basis of the author's approach is the developed simulation model of the warehouse adapted for any type of enterprise that serves and (or) operates road transport. The need for spare parts in this model is defined as a mixture of probability distributions of demand of various kinds, which makes it universal. The model was based on the new patterns of influence of following factors on the size of the stock revealed by the authors: the statistical indicators of the need for spare parts, the type and location of the enterprise, the target level of reliability of the supply system, etc. The proposed approach allows connecting the main indicators of the resource management effectiveness: the shortage rate, the cost of stock, the level of system reliability. It allows planning and forming a stock of spare parts reasonably. It is expected that the proposed approach will increase the efficiency of transport enterprises and the degree of satisfaction of consumers of their services.
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