Container shipping companies improved reliability in September

According to the latest analysis by SeaIntel Maritime Analysis, the major container shipping companies were significantly better at arriving on time in September, compared to the previous month. MSC climbed highest.

Photo: Maersk Line

The major container shipping companies have gotten significantly better at arriving on time, says the latest reliability survey by SeaIntel Maritime Analysis. This September, the shipping companies improved their reliability to 83 percent, up from 77 percent in August, thus bringing them back to the level from July this year, says the analysis.

Maersk Line and Hamburg Süd retained their status as the global number 1 and 2 performers, with COSCO as newcomer in the number 3 position, with an average global schedule reliability of 86%.

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