Germany again tops World Bank’s Logistics Performance Index

Over the past six years, the world’s top-10 performers have remained consistent and include dominant players in the supply chain industry. Low-income economies with the worst performance are often landlocked, small islands, or post-conflict states. However, for the first time in the history of the reports, landlocked countries are no longer automatically disadvantaged, as shown by the performances of both Rwanda and Uganda, which benefit from regionally coordinated efforts to improve trade corridors.

Logistics professionals are the least satisfied with rail, regardless of the countries’ income levels.