194100 Saint Petersburg,
3 Kantemirovskaya Street, Room 412
The Department of Logistics and Supply Chain Management was established in 2014. It is part of the School of Economics and Management at HSE St. Petersburg, a ‘big faculty’ that brings together economists and management specialists.
Teachers in the department support both the Bachelor’s programme in Logistics and Supply Chain Management and the Master’s programme in Strategic Supply Chain Management.
Yury Iskanderov, Pautov M.
Vol. 2. Springer, 2018.
Salakhutdinova K., Krivtsova I., Sukhoparov M. et al.
Automatic Control and Computer Sciences. 2018. Vol. 8. No. 52. P. 1101-1104.
Lukinskiy V., Lukinsky V., Bazhina D.
In bk.: Reliability and Statistics in Transportation and Communication Selected Papers from the 18th International Conference on Reliability and Statistics in Transportation and Communication, RelStat’18, 17–20 October 2018, Riga, Latvia. Iss. 68. Switzerland: Springer, 2019. P. 374-388.
Head of the Department of Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Professor V.S. Lukinsky took part in the seminar "Port of Antwerp: a logistics hub for supply chains of Russian cargo" on April 26, 2018. The event, which took place in the Constantine Palace (Strelna), gathered more than 200 participants. The mayor of Antwerp, Mr. Bart De Veiver, began his speech by words: "I am the governor of a small city with a large port." Of particular interest was the report of the CEO of the Port of Antwerp, Mr. Jacques Vandermeiren. What do companies need to stand out among their competitors in the world market? To do this, they should be able to organize the best possible supply chain of cargo delivery to the final destination. Reliability, quality, sustainability, flexibility, total cost and time are key performance indicators (KPIs) for supply chains. The port of Antwerp is the second largest port in Europe and the fourteenth in the world (the first ten most important ports are in China). Over the past twenty years, cargo turnover in the port has increased by almost 100 million tons and reached 223 million tons in 2017, including 10.5 million containers. With more than 200 regular sea liner shipments of project and oversized cargo (direct calls to 1300 ports around the world), you can reach anywhere in the world from Antwerp. 250 loaded cargo trains depart daily from the port. The area of covered storage areas is 6.1 million m2.