Saudi Arabia Jumps 17 Ranks in World Bank Logistics Performance Index

Saudi Arabia Jumps 17 Ranks in World Bank Logistics Performance Index

Among 160 countries the Kingdom now ranks 38th

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has advanced 17 places in the global Logistics Performance Index (LPI) issued by the World Bank.

Among 160 countries, the Kingdom has advanced to the rank 38th in the World Bank's Logistics Performance Index after achieving wide leaps in performance efficiency through several sub-indicators.

These indicators include indexes of Logistics Competence and Quality, Tracking and Tracing, Timeliness, Customs, Infrastructure, and International Shipments.

Minister of Transport and Logistics, Engineer Saleh bin Nasser Al-Jasser, stated that such progress had been achieved due to the support and empowerment of HRH Crown Prince.

In this regard, the Minister highlighted the ambitious goals of the National Transport and Logistics Strategy, which HRH Crown Prince has recently launched, and the broad structural reforms and qualitative strategic initiatives it includes.

Al-Jasser indicated that strategies employed in the sector have had a significant impact and have radically transformed the transport and logistics system, profoundly enhancing its operational efficiency across every sector's performance in accordance with international indicators.

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