The Agility Emerging Markets Logistics Index uses three metrics to assess and rank 45 emerging markets countries. Size and Growth Attractiveness make up 50% of overall Index score. Compatibility and Connectedness each account for 25% of overall score.
Agility in the News
Logistics companies need every advantage available to them to be a vendor of choice and remain competitive
(April 24, 2017)
Saudi Arabia jumped to second place in this year’s Agility Emerging Markets Index, ahead of established BRIC nations Brazil, Russia and India, as they struggled with continuing poor infrastructure, corruption and conflict.
(January 20, 2015)
With the global economy seeming to be in better shape than for many years, it would seem a good point at which to examine prospects for the global logistics industry. Economics and logistics output are, of course, inextricably linked.
(February 03, 2014)
With the Eurozone in full free fall, the continent’s forwarding giants continue to dominate the global market. This disconnect can be explained, say analysts, by the fact that these leaders adhere to one fundamental business practice: building upon established worldwide networks.
(March 28, 2013)
Emerging markets felt the effects of the continuing global slowdown in 2012 but generally weathered it better than developed countries that are their main markets. The 45 emerging markets featured in the 2013 Agility Emerging Markets Logistics Index grew at an average of 4.4%. In contrast, the U.S. economy grew at 2.2% while the EU contracted 0.2%.
(February 13, 2013)
INTTRA, a leading provider of e-commerce solutions for the ocean freight industry, reports an increase in usage of their global e-commerce solutions by the containerized shipping industry
(February 27, 2012)
Emerging markets felt the effects of the continuing global slowdown in 2012 but generally weathered it better than developed countries that are their main markets. The 45 emerging markets featured in the 2013 Agility Emerging Markets Logistics Index grew at an average of 4.4%. In contrast, the U.S. economy grew at 2.2% while the EU contracted 0.2%. (February 13, 2013)
Latest Agility Tweets
Agility on the Web
Top 50 Global Third-Party Logistics Providers (3PLs) Ranked by Gross Revenue/Turnover
The merger and acquisition frenzy of 2015 may have abated a bit over the past few months, but the trend for larger third-party logistics providers (3PLs) to ...
Meet BlueGrace your new freight and logistics services provider and one of the top 3PLs in the US. Contact us for a free freight quote today.
Looking for a 3PL or logistics partner for your business? Kenco Group is an industry leader in logistics solutions, warehousing, & technology.
Thank you for your interest in providing services to CEVA. CEVA is committed to the highest level of ethics and compliance with all applicable laws, regulations, and ...
MOVE Logistics is one of New Zealand's most successful warehousing and transport organisations. Find out about our full range of third party logistics services.
To contact and request information from the Inbound Logistics Top 100 3PL companies, use our online 3PL RFP. It's your opportunity to have experts look at your ...
BCR is an international freight forwarder and third-party logistics provider (3PL) offering customised solutions across every aspect of the supply chain.
PGL is one of the world's fastest growing third party logistics (3PL) companies, specializing in time definite transportation of shipments and full enterprise ...
A new face for the fourth generation transport family…McPhee Distribution Services is the new name for an established Australian logistics business. The c
More about Agility