Optimization of Multimodal Transportation Chains in The Kaleidoscope of Information Technology
AbstractThe basic aim of this treatise is to research relevant featuresof multimodal transportation chains, their advantages and disadvantagesas well as the problems of the synchronization ofwork of all the participants in multimodal transport. With thedevelopment of information technology the method of optimisationof multimodal transportation chains is more and morebased on the computer programs being representative tools insolving of comprehensive tasks.It is believed that the present research, the methodology appliedand its findings should promote and improve multimodaltransportation chains in order to cope with the complex contemporarylogistic demands of global economy.
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