Seaintel: Container shipping companies' reliability increased to 81 percent in May

The global container shipping companies' arrival reliability increased with two percentage points in May, up to 81 percent. Maersk Line still occupies the number one spot as the world's most reliable shipping company, according to the monthly inventory by Seaintel.

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Seaintel's most recent inventory of shipping companies' reliability does not change the positions of winners and losers since last time. The total reliability for the industry has increased with two percentage points from April to May, up to 81 percent. Maersk Line still holds the number one spot on the list of reliable shipping companies, followed by Hamburg Süd, and at the bottom of the Top 20 is MSC.

The numbers come from the monthly inventory Global Liner Schedule Reliability Rapport, which is published by Seaintel and covers 9400 arrivals throughout May.

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