ENVIRONMENT AND INSTITUTIONS

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:
• Infrastructure,
• Services,
• Border procedures and time, and
• Supply chain reliability.

Environment and Institutions
Performance

Domestic LPI, Environment and Institutions: Afghanistan 2018

 
Afghanistan
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 charges50%
Airport charges50%
Road transport rates50%
Rail transport rates50%
Warehousing/transloading charges33%
Agent fees50%
Quality of Infrastructure
Evaluate the quality of trade and transport related infrastructure (e.g. ports, roads, airports, information technology) in your country of work
Percent of respondents answering low/very low
Ports67%
Airports67%
Roads67%
Rail33%
Warehousing/transloading facilities33%
Telecommunications and IT33%
Competence and Quality of Services
Evaluate the competence and quality of service delivered by the following in your country of work
Percent of respondents answering high/very high
Road0%
Rail0%
Air transport0%
Maritime transport0%
Warehousing/transloading and distribution0%
Freight forwarders33%
Customs agencies0%
Quality/standards inspection agencies0%
Health/SPS agencies0%
Customs brokers0%
Trade and transport associations0%
Consignees or shippers0%
Efficiency of Processes
Evaluate the efficiency of the following processes in your country of work
Percent of respondents answering often or nearly always
Clearance and delivery of imports0%
Clearance and delivery of exports0%
Transparency of customs clearance0%
Transparency of other border agencies0%
Provision of adequate and timely information on regulatory changes0%
Expedited customs clearance for traders with high compliance levels0%
Sources of Major Delays
How often in your country of work do you experience
Percent of respondents answering often or nearly always
Compulsory warehousing/transloading50%
Pre-shipment inspection50%
Maritime transshipment0%
Criminal activities (e.g., stolen cargo)0%
Solicitation of informal payments0%
Changes in the Logistics Environment Since 2015
Since 2015, have the following factors improved or worsened in your country of work
Percent of respondents answering improved or much improved
Customs clearance procedures0%
Other official clearance procedures0%
Trade and transport infrastructure0%
Telecommunications and IT infrastructure0%
Private logistics services0%
Regulation related to logistics0%
Solicitation of informal payments0%
Developments since 2015
Percent of respondents indicating much decreased or decreased
Demand for traditional freight forwarding as a commercial service0%
increased use of electronic trading platforms (B2B and B2C) by shippers mean that business volumes have0%
Cybersecurity threats in logistics0%
Firms preparedness for cyber threats0%
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