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Carlos Jahn, Jürgen Weigell, Anastasia Levina, Viktoria Iliashenko
Published: 10 March 2022
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Martin Grigoryan, Evgenii Antipov
Published: 24 November 2021
E3S Web of Conferences, Volume 326; https://doi.org/10.1051/e3sconf/202132600031

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The paper presents the main results of the study of the cargo delivery control system in the Arctic zone. The authors hypothesized the need to generate information about the disadvantages of the cargo delivery control system in order to select and make effective decisions on changing this system. It is determined that the current control system has a number of problems that impede the management of cargo transportation, which require identification and updating of organizational and economic methods for their elimination due to the special interest in the Arctic at the current stage of its development. The study utilized the methods of applied sociology – the method of expert assessment with subsequent processing. A score scale with verbal characteristic was introduced, the use of which by expert respondents made it possible to quantify the significance of the disadvantages of the cargo delivery control system in the Arctic zone. The survey was conducted among experts from among forwarding operators carrying out specialized activities in the region, according to a pre-formed questionnaire. The results of the study show that the control quality is declining, as well as that the problems of controlling the cargo delivery to the Arctic zone are now quite relevant. The paper concludes on the need to develop organizational and economic methods to control the delivery of goods to the Arctic zone. Organizational and economic methods are proposed, in particular, the formation of a single transport operator of the Northern Supply Haul and a self-regulatory organization of forwarding operators.
, Marat Makhmutov, Minsur Zemdikhanov
Published: 13 October 2021
Transportation Research Procedia, Volume 57, pp 591-602; https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trpro.2021.09.088

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Roman Lagerev, Sergey Lagerev
Published: 13 October 2021
Transportation Research Procedia, Volume 57, pp 332-340; https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trpro.2021.09.058

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Vitaly Sergeev, , Alexey Fadeev
Published: 2 March 2021
Transportation Research Procedia, Volume 54, pp 936-944; https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trpro.2021.02.148

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A A Biev,
IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, Volume 539; https://doi.org/10.1088/1755-1315/539/1/012017

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Maintaining the stability of territorial fuel and energy supply systems is an important task for state authorities. The problem of fuel supply in the Arctic zone of Russia is caused by the factor of its insufficient transport and infrastructure development. There are no large facilities of petrochemical industry, as well as a network of transport and energy communications, which leads to high logistics costs associated with the need for seasonal delivery, storage and distribution of fuel resources. To the foregoing, the subject of research in this work is the sphere of material and technical supply of consumers of the Arctic territories of Russia. The object is the process of formation of regional subsystems of fuel supply. The purpose is to investigate the organizational processes of the formation of the fuel supply system in the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation and also to determine possible ways to solve the problems of its modernization. As basic methods of research a systems analysis and some elements of the methodology of the territorial approach are used. As a result of the work were recommendations on promising ways to modernize regional fuel and energy subsystems.
E. E. Plisetskii
Management Sciences, Volume 9; https://doi.org/10.26794/2404-022x-2019-9-4-32-43

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The paper is devoted to the problems of socio-economic development of the Arctic territories of Russia. The methodological base of the study includes the modern theory of the location of production and the concept of state management of regional development. The analysis made it possible to conclude that the spatial development of the Arctic regions is negatively affected by such factors as low infrastructure, transport remoteness, adverse climate, etc. Under these conditions, one of the priorities for the implementation of the Strategy for spatial development of the Arctic zone should be the modernization of its entire transport and logistics system. It has been substantiated that the most effective forms of spatial organization of the economy and management, ensuring the implementation of an integrated approach to the new territories development, may be territorial clusters, as well as territories of advanced social and economic development, contributing to the diversification of the North economy, attracting investments and thereby improving the life quality of the population. The practical significance of the results and conclusions of the study lies in the possibility of their use in updating strategies and programs for the development of the regions of the Russian North and the Arctic with the aim of forming an effective mechanism for managing and coordinating economic activity and ensuring the integrated development of the Arctic territories.
, , Hao Hu, Hengshuo Zhou
Published: 23 April 2019
by MDPI
Journal: Sustainability
Sustainability, Volume 11; https://doi.org/10.3390/su11082413

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The continuous increase of trade between China and Europe brought congestion problems at major Chinese seaports. An effective way to solve this issue is to set up intermodal terminals often called dry ports. However, the dynamics of various influenced factors on dry port’s implementation calls for the adaptive and flexible planning of the terminal. This paper analyzes the shortcomings of previous research related to the dry port’s implementation from the perspective of the applied numerous parameters concerning evaluating its operational efficiency and sustainability. The operational efficiency and sustainability of a dry port are evaluated by the developed system of the main parameters. This system gives the understanding of how these parameters are interrelated between each other and fills the gap in studies of inverse interrelations between main parameters of a dry port. To fully understand the sustainability of the main parameters of a dry port, this paper puts forward the simulation models description of the developed system. The developed model is a practical tool to evaluate the reliability of hypotheses about the functional interrelations between the main parameters of the dry port, as well as to evaluate the sustainability of the system. Finally, in order to develop functional interrelations between main parameters, the data from several Chinese dry ports has been collected. Finally, the developed multi-agent system dynamics model has been validated in the case study of Yiwu dry port located in Zhejiang, China.
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