Container lines' schedule reliability is in "freefall"

Container lines have never been worse at arriving on time than has been the case in 2020, writes Sea-Intelligence. "A plethora of bottleneck problems" factors in, notes the firm.

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All the while the world's container lines have so far benefited from soaring rates in 2020, the ships' ability to arrive on time is currently "in freefall," writes Sea-Intelligence.

The analyst firm describes the big drop in schedule reliability in 2020 as a broad problem in the sector, where the world's top container lines across the board have become worse at arriving on time this year.

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