More than half of the world's container ships arrived late in December

A growing number of container ships arrive late, show new data from Sea-Intelligence. In December, less than half of the ships arrived in ports on time. And there are no prospects of improvement before the second quarter, says the analyst firm.

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More than one in two container ships arrived late in port in December, as schedule reliability in the container sector again plunged to a record low.

According to numbers from Sea-Intelligence, global schedule reliability dropped in December to 44.6 percent, down 31.7 percentage points compared to December 2019.

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