Container ships are now even worse at arriving on time

More container ships became worse at arriving on time in September. On the major tradelanes from Asia to the US, schedule reliability dropped below 50 percent, says shipping analyst Lars Jensen.

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Container ships became even worse at arriving on time in September, show new numbers from Sea-Intelligence.

The numbers show that just 56 percent of container ships arrived on time in September. The remaining 44 percent arrived on average 4.8 days too late.

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