Container carriers better at arriving on time

During February, the large container carriers have become quite a bit better at arriving on time compared to the same month in 2018. Two Maersk carriers inhabit the top-three.

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The largest container carriers were significantly better at arriving on time in February 2019 compared to the same month last year, according to the latest report from Sea-Intelligence on carriers' schedule reliability.

The report covers the 15 largest container carriers and shows that 73.7 percent of the 11,379 arrivals measured in February arrived on time. That is 6.5 percentage points better than February 2018, when, meanwhile, reliability was unusually low.

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