File photo: Construction machines and labourers work at the future headquarters of the Council of Ministers in the government district of the New Administrative Capital (NAC) east of Cairo, Egypt
Egypt ranked 21st out of 50 countries, registering 5.06 points compared to 5.0 points in 2022.
The survey and Index of Agility’s 14th annual snapshot of industry polled 750 global logistics executive professionals.
China and India, the world’s two largest countries by population, held their spots at number 1 and 2 in the overall rankings, followed by the UAE and Malaysia.
The Index ranks countries for overall competitiveness based on their logistical strengths, business climates, and digital readiness; factors that make them attractive to logistics providers, freight forwarders, air and ocean carriers, distributors and investors.