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None of the 15 biggest container lines improved their reliability

The world's 15 biggest container shipping lines saw their reliability decline in the first quarter. This was the third consecutive quarter with decreasing reliability, even though March showed improvement, shows an analysis by Sea-Intelligence.

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All of the world's 15 largest container shipping lines became worse at arriving on time in the first quarter, shows an analysis by Sea-Intelligence.

Altogether, the sector's schedule reliability came to 67.9 percent in the first quarter, which is the second-lowest reliability since 2012 and just 1.5 percentage points higher than the lowest level of 66.4 percent, recorded in 2018.

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