The logistic productivity growth curve for U.A.E. cities was the most efficient among 34 countries surveyed by a consortium of global consulting firms in their latest World Economic Forum report.
“The logistic economy is one of the most important factors for the world’s progress and development, and the economies of the U.
As. are very different from the economies in the United States,” said Peter Pomerantz, CEO of the Logistic Growth Coalition, a group of leading firms working to improve the way companies run their operations.
“For U.K. businesses to grow, they need the right people and a strong workforce.”
The report, released Tuesday, said the U.”s.
has “one of the highest rates of logistic job growth, the largest productivity gains of any industrialized country, and is on track to surpass China as the world leader in GDP per capita.”
The average logistic-based U.M. employer in 2015 earned $24,200, which was nearly 2 percent higher than the $20,000 the average U.N. worker earned in 2014.
The report said the United Kingdom is the most-productive country for businesses with a logistic workforce, followed by the U., France, Germany and Canada.
In total, 44 countries, including the United Arab Emirates, the United Nations and China, were surveyed by the Logistics Growth Coalition.
China has a logistics workforce of more than 2.5 million people.