Liner carrier schedule reliability dips to new low

One third of all liner carriers' arrivals in January were more than a day late. A record-low level, says shipping analyst Lars Jensen.

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Not since 2011, when analyst firm SeaIntel Maritime Analysis began registering container carriers' ability to stick to their sailing schedules, has the level been as low as was the case in January this year.

"The year is clearly off to a very bad start," writes Lars Jensen, SeaIntelligence Consulting, in an update on LinkedIn about the latest figures for January, which come as bad news to shippers.

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