Presentation on theme: "WORLD BANK GROUP May 17, 2013 Athens Logistics Performance Why it matters? Jean-François ARVIS, The World Bank."— Presentation transcript:
WORLD BANK GROUP May 17, 2013 Athens Logistics Performance Why it matters? Jean-François ARVIS, The World Bank
Semantic Logistics = art of organizing physical movement of goods or supply chains Logistics performance = national level concept Trade (and Transport) Facilitation = set of measures and investment to improve logistics performance
Logistics Performance How do you connect to international logistics networks? How easy it is for traders to use international networks? Logistics Performance is very much Endogenous: = procedures, services, business practices, to clear goods and move them inland.
Logistics Performance and Growth Aggregating individual supply chain logistics expenses at the national level. (=8 to 30% of GDP) Productivity and Competitiveness Sustainable growth. An array of policy interventions: Infrastructure and planning Customs Trade facilitation Regulation of services
Logistics and connectivity crucial to trade competitiveness standardized regression coefficients (betas) of trade costs
Availability of International Shipments Customs & Border procedures Timeliness Tracking and Tracing Transport &Telecom Infrastructure Services Quality Supply Chain Service Delivery Service Delivery performance outcomes Service Delivery performance outcomes Areas for policy regulations (inputs) Areas for policy regulations (inputs) Time, cost, reliability Time, Cost & Reliability measured in the LPI
The Logistics Performance Index Measures the overall trade logistics efficiency of 150+ countries 2007 2010 2012 >>2014 www.worldbank.org/lpi
Source of data is suppliers of logistics services (freight forwarders, express carriers), FIATA sponsored Rates logistics performance on a scale of 1 to 5 6 components One overall LPI The Logistics Performance Index
Greek Position in Logistics Perf.
THANK YOU! …AND LOOKING FORWARD TO YOUR PARTICIPATION IN THE LPI 2014 (SURVEY OCT 2013)