The World Bank has published their Logistics Performance Index for the first time since 2018.
The LPI 2023 ranks countries on six dimensions of trade — including customs performance, infrastructure quality, and timeliness of shipments. The data used in the ranking comes from a survey of logistics professionals answering questions about foreign countries with which they operate. Supply Chain Tracking data has been added to the 2023 LPI, measuring the speed of trade around the world.
The Global Rankings show the US at 17th (tied with Republic of Korea) down from 14th in 2018.
Plenty of data here for trade geeks: https://lpi.worldbank.org/international/global