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Canada's Logistics Performance Index is 3.86. This indicates good performance - the logistics system is well prepared and organized, shipments mostly arrive on time and do not suffer damage, and the infrastructure is ready to handle even unpredictably large volumes of traffic as long as they are not overwhelming.
The customs performance is rated at 3.61. This indicates satisfactory performance - the customs clearance process is generally effective, although long periods can occasionally be a problem; The customs system certainly does not hinder international business. Required documents and fees are generally publicly available.
The infrastructure quality in Canada is rated at 4.05. This indicates good quality - roads, railways, ports and other facilities are adapted and regularly maintained to cope with high traffic volumes at any time. Most likely there are also special facilities for dealing with high traffic densities and/or special traffic or vehicles (e.g. motorways, also called motorways and deep sea ports).
International shipping quality is 3.46. It indicates satisfactory performance - the services are adequate and the prices are not too high and usually correspond exactly to the quality, although there is still room for improvement.
The competence of the logistics service providers is rated at 3.94. The providers are very competent, ensure high quality shipments and traffic processing at all times and work quickly and reliably; Any errors that may occur will of course be compensated for.
The tracking options for shipments are rated at 3.97. This indicates good performance - the tracking systems provide detailed and up-to-date information on most parameters of shipments, often overcome national barriers (both political and linguistic) and can be qualified as international shipment tracking systems.
The tracking options for shipments are rated at 4.18. This indicates good performance – shipments almost always arrive within the scheduled timeframe and often faster than expected.
In Canada, 100% of the population has access to electricity. Canada has 1,467 airports nationwide. There are 8,743,000 Internet hosts in Canada. The number of road vehicles per 1,000 people in Canada is 113.
Road network The total length of roads in Canada is 1,042,300 km (647,794 miles). Of these, 6,350 km (3,947 mi) of roads are classified as highways, dual carriageways or dual carriageways.
Gas price On average, you would pay $1.17 for a liter of gasoline in Canada. A liter of diesel would cost 0.81 USD.