Resilience Index

How Does Your Supply Chain Rank?

Supply chain risk is one of the leading causes of business volatility. The FM Global Resilience Index is the first data-driven tool and repository that ranks the resilience of 130 countries and territories to supply chain disruption. It is designed to help executives evaluate and manage unknown risk potentially inherent in the countries they rely upon. Nine key drivers of supply chain risk are grouped into three categories: economic, risk quality and supply chain factors. These combine to form the composite index. Scores are bound on a scale of 0 to 100 with 0 representing the lowest resilience and 100 being the highest resilience.

Navigate the index  by clicking on the graphics and factors below. Useful country tables, sortable by resilience factors and drivers, are available as well.

 

Higher Resilience
Lower Resilience
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Lower Risk
Higher Risk
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Regional Range Country Score
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Radar Chart
The closer any point of the red triangle is to the center of the circle, the higher the risk and the lower the score for that factor. The regional range of scores (minimum to maximum) is indicated by the orange area.
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The orange bar shows the driver score for a selected country. The other bars show the global and regional maximum and minimum scores. The global median and mean average lines show whether a country is above or below average.
    Yearly Comparison