OECD calculates the cost of the liner companies' schedule delays

The liner companies' inability to arrive on time has now become a matter for the OECD, which is reviewing the precarious matter of what this low schedule reliability costs the global society.

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The container sector, and especially the customers, have been talking about it for years, but according to the latest figures for the liner shipping companies' ability to arrive on time show that the sector-s so-called schedule reliability continues to decline.

The liner companies' overall schedule reliability came to 66.4 percent in the first three months of the year, down 10 percentage points compared to late 2017 and 6 percentage points lower than the same period last year.

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