BMI Logistics Index: Emerging Europe


Emerging Europe is ranked fourth in the BMI Logistics Index out of our six region breakdowns. The US and Western Europe region understandably leads the pack given the strong supply chain options, followed by Asia and the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). At the bottom of the spectrum is Sub-Saharan Africa, a region that offers so much potential in terms of trade growth but faces massive logistical challenges.

Logistics Index - Emerging Europe Outperformer: Estonia

Emerging Europe's logistics outperformer according to the BMI Logistics Index is Estonia. The country's Logistics Rating is 73.5 out of 100, placing it in 26th position globally out of the 191 countries that the BMI Logistics Index covers. The country is the only Emerging Europe state to fall in the top thirty. The country's highest score of 92.1 is for Trade Procedures and Governance, while its lowest score of 57.2 is for Market Size and Connectivity.

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BMI Logistics Index Score (Out of 100)

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Sector: Freight Transport, Shipping
Geography: Global