World's 15 biggest container lines see schedule reliability drop further

All of the world's largest container lines were worse at arriving on time in the third quarter, show numbers from Sea-Intelligence. A little over one in three container ships arrive too late.

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The world's biggest container lines across the board became worse at arriving on times with their ships in ports around the world, shows the latest schedule reliability survey from Sea-Intelligence.

For the world's 15 biggest shipping lines, schedule reliability went down in the third quarter compared to the second quarter and the third quarter last year.

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