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Identification of Economic Efficiency of Transportation System of a Quarry


  • Maksimov Sergey V.

    (Kryvyi Rig National University)

  • Monastyrskaya Olga Yu.

    () (Kryvyi Rig National University)


The article identifies specific features of the process of transportation as a specific sphere of material production. It justifies selection of the criterion of economic efficiency of transportation systems of quarries with consideration of influence of factors of external (competitive) environment upon activity of ore mining and processing enterprises: petroleum prices and demand on products of the mining and smelting complex. It identifies a mechanism of realisation of the developed methodical approach to selection of the criterion in the process of operative and prospective planning of the work of a mine transport shop. It reveals change of economic efficiency depending on the selected criterion of economic efficiency for transportation systems of ore mining and processing enterprises of the City of Kryvyi Rih for the period 2001 - 2011 and for PJSC Central GOK by months of 2011. It identifies change of criteria indicators of economic efficiency of the transportation system: specific consumption of fuel, productivity of quarry dump trucks fleet, transportation work for PJSC Central GOK by months of 2011 in the result of optimisation and application of dynamic approach to the criterion change.

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  • Maksimov Sergey V. & Monastyrskaya Olga Yu., 2013. "Identification of Economic Efficiency of Transportation System of a Quarry," Business Inform, RESEARCH CENTRE FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PROBLEMS of NAS (KHARKIV, UKRAINE), Kharkiv National University of Economics, issue 6, pages 100-105.
  • Handle: RePEc:idp:bizinf:y:2013:i:6:p:100_105

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