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Volume 339, 2021International Conference on Sustainable Transport System and Maritime Logistics (ISTSML 2021)
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|Published online||02 July 2021|
Methodical approach to the choice of the variant of the shipbuilding company restructuring
Admiral Makarov National University of Shipbuilding, 9 Geroiv Ukrainy Ave., 54007 Mykolaiv, Ukraine
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The issues of the resources use optimizing aimed at a shipbuilding company restructuring are considered, which is the main prerequisite for its effectiveness. The aim of this study is to develop a methodical approach to substantiation of the of the variant of the shipbuilding company restructuring on the basis of optimization-simulation model of its value estimation, which will take into account the algorithmically set conditions regarding the financing scheme, the type of restructuring, technological and economic relations in the system. The task of deciding on the shipbuilding company restructuring and the choice of a specific restructuring project refers to the optimization tasks of long-term planning. The limitations of the mathematical model are the company resources, which are allocated for restructuring. The main optimization criteria are maximizing net present value or minimizing the restructuring cost. The generated optimization model is designed to assess the amount of attracting for restructuring own and borrowed funds. Simulation model provides the cash flows construction. Restrictions on ensuring financial realization reflects the cash flow balance for all activities. The problem solution is achieved on the basis of an interrelated optimization, simulation models and procedures set for the formation, selection and approval of management decisions.
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