Infrastructure of Madagascar
The logistics performance index of Madagascar is 2.38. It indicates a mediocre performance - shipping procedures are relatively unreliable, timeliness and safety of transferred goods are often a problem, although such a system may function relatively well if traffic is no too dense.
Customs performance is rated at 2.06. It indicates a mediocre performance - although somewhat ineffective, clearence porcesses do not overly discourage international business activity, occasionally fees and/or documents needed may be unpredictable, long clearance time can also be a problem.
Infrastructure quality in Madagascar is rated to be at 2.15. It indicates a mediocre quality - roads, railroad, ports and other facilities are able to handle somewhat significant traffic, but not enough to ensure smooth transit at all times.
International shipment quality is 2.38. It indicates a mediocre performance - the services provided are somewhat attractive to foreign customers and the price accurately matches the quality, which is still not very competitive.
The competence of logistics service providers is valued at 2.33. The providers are of mediocre competence - they are able to ensure a certain degree of quality in their services, even excelling at times, although generally their performance may still be lacking in many aspects.
Tracking possibilities for shipments are rated at 2.29. It indicates a mediocre performance - the tracking systems provide some degree of information which usually includes the most necessary topics, such as the current location of a shipment, the dates of arrival and departure and the status of a shipment; still, more detailed information about the status and multi-language accessibility options are usually lacking.
Tracking possibilities for shipments are rated at 3.07. It indicates a satisfactory performance - most of the shipments arrive timely and within the scheduled time brackets; late arrivals are still possible, although uncommon.
In Madagascar, 15.4% of the population has access to electricity. Madagascar has 83 airports nationwide. There are 38,392 internet hosts in Madagascar. The number of road motor vehicles per 1000 inhabitants in Madagascar is 8.
The total road length in Madagascar is 21,269 km (13,219 miles). Out of them 714 km (444 miles) of roads are classified as motorways, freeways, or autobahns.
On average, you would pay 1.35 USD for one liter of gasoline in Madagascar. One liter of diesel would cost 0.94 USD.