The Logistics Performance Index of Ireland is 3.87. It indicates good performance - the logistics system is well prepared and organized, shipments mostly arrive on time and are not damaged, and the infrastructure is ready to handle even unpredictably large volumes of traffic as long as they are not overwhelming.
Customs performance is rated at 3.8. This indicates good performance - customs clearance is fast and effective, in some cases it may not exist at all (e.g. at the borders of the Schengen area), which encourages international business activity; The required documents and fees are predictable and publicly available and in some cases (mainly related to visas) can be arranged at the customs office.
Infrastructure quality in Ireland is rated at 3.84. It indicates good quality - roads, railways, ports and other facilities are adapted and regularly maintained to be able to handle high traffic at all times, and most likely there are special facilities to deal with high-intensity and/or special traffic or vehicles ( e.g. highways a.k.a. freeways and deep-water ports).
International shipping quality is 3.44. It indicates satisfactory performance - the services are reasonable and the prices are not too high and usually correspond exactly to the quality, although there is still room for improvement.
The competence of logistics service providers is rated at 3.94. The providers are very competent – they always ensure high quality of shipments and traffic management, work quickly and reliably; Any errors that may occur are readily compensated.
Tracking options are rated 4.13. This indicates good performance – the tracking systems provide detailed and up-to-date information about most shipment parameters, often crossing national barriers (both political and linguistic) and can be qualified as international tracking systems.
Tracking options are rated 4.13. This indicates good performance - shipments almost always arrive within scheduled time frames and often faster than expected.
In Ireland, 100% of the population has access to electricity. Ireland has 40 airports nationwide. There are 1,387,000 internet hosts in Ireland. The number of road motor vehicles per 1000 inhabitants in Ireland is 682.
The total road length in Ireland is 96,602 km (60,039 miles). Of these, 1,224 km (761 miles) of roads are classified as freeways, dual carriageways, or freeways.
On average, a liter of petrol costs $1.92 in Ireland. A liter of diesel would cost $1.29.