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India’s Logistics Performance Index Ranking 2018-World Bank Report

India’s Logistics Performance Index Ranking 2018-World Bank Report

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Dated: 21.12.2019

India’s Logistics Performance Ranking 2018

 The Logistics Performance Index is an interactive benchmarking tool created to help countries identify the challenges and opportunities they face in their performance on trade logistics and what they can do to improve their performance.  The LPI 2018 allows for comparisons across 160 countries. The LPI is based on a worldwide survey of operators on the ground (global freight forwarders and express carriers), providing feedback on the logistics “friendliness” of the countries in which they operate and those with which they trade. They combine in-depth knowledge of the countries in which they operate with informed qualitative assessments of other countries where they trade and experience of global logistics environment. Feedback from operators is supplemented with quantitative data on the performance of key components of the logistics chain in the country of work.

The LPI consists therefore of both qualitative and quantitative measures and helps build profiles of logistics friendliness for these countries. It measures performance along the logistics supply chain within a country and offers two different perspectives: international and domestic.

The Domestic LPI looks in detail at the logistics environments in 100 countries. For this measure, surveyed logistics professionals assess the logistics environments in their own countries. This domestic evaluation contains more detailed information on countries’ logistics environments, core logistics processes and institutions, and time and distance data. This approach looks at the logistics constraints within countries, not just at the gateways, such as ports or borders. It uses four major determinants of overall logistics performance to measure performance:

  1. Infrastructure
  2. Services
  3. Border Procedures & Time
  4. Supply Chain reliability

 

We are presenting a short summary of India’s LPI ranking & performance YoY

LPI Ranking of India from 2007-2018

S No Country Year India’s Global LPI Ranking Top Ranker
1 India 2007 39 Singapore
2 India 2010 47 Germany
3 India 2012 46 Singapore
4 India 2014 54 Germany
5 India 2016 35 Germany
6 India 2018 44 Germany

 

 

India Vs Germany

Domestic LPI, Performance: India 2018

 

India Germany
Export time and distance / Port or airport supply chain
Distance (kilometers) 246km 212km
Lead time (days) 3 days 2 days
Export time and distance / Land supply chain
Distance (kilometers) 569km 569km
Lead time (days) 6 days 2 days
Import time and distance / Port or airport supply chain
Distance (kilometers) 203km 350km
Lead time (days) 3 days 2 days
Import time and distance / Land supply chain
Distance (kilometers) 812km 559km
Lead time (days) 8 days 3 days
Shipments meeting quality criteria (%)
Number of agencies – exports 77% 95%
Number of agencies – imports 3 1
Number of documents – exports 3 1
Number of documents – imports 3 1
Clearance time without physical inspection (days) 3 1
Clearance time with physical inspection (days) 1 days 1 days
Physical inspection (%) 2 days 1 days
Multiple inspection (%) 19% 2%
Declarations submitted and processed electronically and on-line (%) 3% 2%
Importers use a licensed Customs Broker (%) 100% 100%
Able to choose the location of the final clearance (%) 100% N/A
Goods released pending customs clearance (%) 50% 100%
N/A 100%

 

Domestic LPI, Environment and Institutions: India 2018

 

India Germany
Level of Fees and Charges

Based on your experience in international logistics, please select the options that best describe the operational logistics environment in your country of work

Percent of respondents answering high/very high
Port charges 41% 47%
Airport charges 50% 58%
Road transport rates 48% 27%
Rail transport rates 41% 25%
Warehousing/transloading charges 26% 41%
Agent fees 17% 10%
Quality of Infrastructure Percent of respondents answering low/very low
Competence and Quality of Services Percent of respondents answering high/very high
Efficiency of Processes Percent of respondents answering often or nearly always
Sources of Major Delays Percent of respondents answering often or nearly always
Changes in the Logistics Environment Since 2015 Percent of respondents answering improved or much improved
Developments since 2015 Percent of respondents indicating much decreased or decreased

 

India Vs South Asia & Lower Middle Income Countries

 

Domestic LPI, Performance: India 2018

 

India Region: South Asia Income: Lower middle income
Export time and distance / Port or airport supply chain
Distance (kilometers) 246km 112km 459km
Lead time (days) 3 days 3.4 days 4.5 days
Export time and distance / Land supply chain
Distance (kilometers) 569km 848km 941km
Lead time (days) 6 days 7.7 days 7.4 days
Import time and distance / Port or airport supply chain
Distance (kilometers) 203km 236km 239km
Lead time (days) 3 days 4.3 days 3.8 days
Import time and distance / Land supply chain
Distance (kilometers) 812km 567km 742km
Lead time (days) 8 days 6.8 days 7.1 days
Shipments meeting quality criteria (%)
Number of agencies – exports 77% 65% 74%
Number of agencies – imports 3 6.1 3.8
Number of documents – exports 3 5.7 3.6
Number of documents – imports 3 4.7 4.5
Clearance time without physical inspection (days) 3 5.3 4.1
Clearance time with physical inspection (days) 1 days 1.6 days 1.9 days
Physical inspection (%) 2 days 3 days 3.6 days
Multiple inspection (%) 19% 29% 28%
Declarations submitted and processed electronically and on-line (%) 3% 6% 12%
Importers use a licensed Customs Broker (%) 100% 90% 89%
Able to choose the location of the final clearance (%) 100% 91% 82%
Goods released pending customs clearance (%) 50% 37% 72%
N/A 58% 67%

 

Domestic LPI, Environment and Institutions: India 2018

 

India Region: South Asia Income: Lower middle income
Level of Fees and Charges

Based on your experience in international logistics, please select the options that best describe the operational logistics environment in your country of work

Percent of respondents answering high/very high
Port charges 41% 56% 63%
Airport charges 50% 61% 59%
Road transport rates 48% 63% 53%
Rail transport rates 41% 46% 29%
Warehousing/transloading charges 26% 39% 37%
Agent fees 17% 48% 22%
Quality of Infrastructure Percent of respondents answering low/very low
Competence and Quality of Services Percent of respondents answering high/very high
Efficiency of Processes Percent of respondents answering often or nearly always
Sources of Major Delays Percent of respondents answering often or nearly always
Changes in the Logistics Environment Since 2015 Percent of respondents answering improved or much improved
Developments since 2015 Percent of respondents indicating much decreased or decreased
Source:  LPI-World Bank


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