Development of methods for formation of infrastructure of transport units for maintenance of transit and export freight flows

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15587/2706-5448.2022.251505

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transport infrastructure, customs and logistics services, transport and production systems, integration processes, transport nodes, technological characteristics

Abstract

Coordinated development of foreign economic relations and increase in international trade are the main factors of successful socio-economic growth of the state. And in order to ensure the competitiveness of domestic products on the world market, the primary factors are the intensification of innovative activities of production structures and the optimal use of national resources. The object of research is the processes of forming the infrastructure of customs and logistics systems, taking into account the assessment of the competitiveness of transport services. These results depend on the resource provision of the processes of servicing import-export and transit cargo flows.

In the course of the research carried out in the work, the following methods were used: the method of factor analysis of the use of transport systems infrastructure; mathematical apparatus of decision theory; methods of simulation modeling of development of integration processes for calculations of integrated indicators. Regularities of the organization of foreign trade deliveries of transit and export cargoes as a basis for creation of effective system of management of customs and logistic processes are defined and the methodology of qualitative transport service on an example of grain cargo flows is developed. A method of forming the infrastructure of transport hubs for servicing cargo flows on the basis of economic analysis of the development of integration processes in the form of interaction of structural elements of production systems and their relationships. The performed work provided an opportunity to develop a model of intensive use of existing and promising infrastructure of transport systems and to conduct multivariate calculations to determine the amount of resources for the organization of foreign trade supplies on the basis of demand.

The study is aimed at gaining new knowledge about the patterns of improving the efficiency of customs and logistics services for foreign trade flows in international production structures. In the course of the research the approbation of the developed methodology for the formation and optimization of the infrastructure of transport hubs in the management systems of international production processes was carried out.

Author Biographies

Oleksandr Gryshchuk, National Transport University

PhD, Professor

Department of Tourism

Anatoliy Petryk, National Transport University

PhD, Associate Professor

Department of International Transport and Customs Control

Yaroslav Yerko, National Transport University

Postgraduate Student

Department of International Transport and Customs Control

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2022-01-24

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Gryshchuk, O., Petryk, A., & Yerko, Y. (2022). Development of methods for formation of infrastructure of transport units for maintenance of transit and export freight flows. Technology Audit and Production Reserves, 1(2(63), 26–30. https://doi.org/10.15587/2706-5448.2022.251505

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Systems and Control Processes: Original Research