The first published edition of the Philippines Logistics Risk Report provides supply chain, logistics, facilities and operations professionals with detailed insight on the practicalities and major risks from the logistics sector when operating within Philippines. It is a vital source of intelligence whether you operate in the market currently or are considering a move into the market.
It gives you all the data and analysis you need to fully understand Philippine logistics and utilities infrastructure risks. This includes specific insight on transport challenges, trade bureaucracy and utility costs & availability that could affect your business, whilst also comparing the country to the wider region.
What are the main risks to operating in Philippines posed by the logistics and utilities infrastructure??
The Report analyses the logistics risks facing Philippines’s supply chains, utilising the Business Monitor Logistics Risk Index that compares levels of risk across 170 states worldwide.
Transport Network – This section assesses the extent and quality of Philippines’s transport system broken down by mode, with supporting analysis on specific transport challenges such as congestion and underdeveloped infrastructure.
Trade Procedures and Governance – Providing ease of trading benchmarking, as well as analysis evaluating trade bureaucracy and its impact on import and export costs and lead times, and Philippines’s level of connectivity to international trade routes.
Market Size and Utilities – Looking at the growth outlook of the market and the pressure this will place on the country’s supply chains. Providing analysis of utility costs and availability in Philippines and their impact on sector specific supply chains.
- Compare the supply chain risks between developing manufacturing hubs and commodity producing nations, by benchmarking Philippines’s logistics risk profile against regional peers and by 170 states globally.
- Prepare your company for any supply chain challenges as you expand your existing operations within Philippines or consider moving into the market for the first time.