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Top and flop countries: Customs efficiency at a glance Customs efficiency describes the speed, simplicity and predictability for goods to pass through the import and export controls of a country. DHL Resilience 360, the end-to-end supply chain risk management platform by DHL, analysed customs procedures all over the world with regard to non-efficient costums procedures. Seven of the top 10 countries are European, with Singapore in 3rd, New Zealand in 6th and Australia in 10th being the exceptions. Affected by a stable political culture and a strong economy, the best efficiencies can be seen in Norway and Germany, while Congo Republic and Yemen show the highest risks due to bureaucratic inefficiency and prevailing corruption.

DHL Resilience360 DHL Resilience360 is an end-to-end supply chain risk management platform that alerts customers about global incidents and risks to their global supply chain in almost real time – enabling customers to maintain an advantage over their competitors by immediately responding to incidents and pre-empting or minimizing business interruption. Resilience360 is used by customers across Asia, Europe and the Americas. The largest uptake has been in the automotive industry, followed closely by chemicals, life sciences and the technology sector.
Author: Rick Tillenburg

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