Four in ten container vessels arrived on time in March

Container ships became more punctual in March, during a year in which schedule reliability is otherwise historically low, show numbers from Sea-Intelligence. But there is still a long way to go before reliability returns to previous levels, says analyst firm.

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Container ships improved their schedule reliability in March, during a year in which widespread congestion has otherwise led to historically poor reliability levels.

In March, the industry's reliability improved by 5.8 percentage points compared to February, landing at 40.4 percent, writes Sea-Intelligence.

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