Ukraine is ranked 66th out of 160 countries in the World Bank’s 2018 Logistics Performance Index (LPI) with a score of 2.83 points.

Compared with the previous Logistics Performance Index (the survey is conducted every two years), the country has climbed 14 positions in the overall ranking. Ukraine is ranked between Serbia and Egypt. Among post-Soviet countries, it is ranked third behind Estonia (ranked 36th with 3.31 points) and Lithuania (54th with 3.02 points).

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Ukraine has a customs score of 2.49, an infrastructure score of 2.22, an international shipment score of 2.83, a logistics quality and competence score of 2.84, a cargo tracking and tracing score of 3.111, and a timeliness of shipments score of 3.42.

Germany is the highest ranked country in the Logistics Performance Index with a score of 4.2 points. It is followed by Sweden, Belgium, Austria, and Japan. The top 10 also includes the Netherlands, Singapore, Denmark, the United Kingdom, and Finland.

The United States is ranked 14th and Russia 75th.