Schedule reliability falls to new low in the third quarter

The third quarter of the year marked a historic low for container lines' schedule reliability with the lowest level ever recorded for a full quarter, reports Seaintelligence.

Containerskibe venter ud foran havnen ved Los Angeles og Long Beach. | Photo: Patrick T. Fallon/AFP/Ritzau Scanpix

Container ships are still struggling to arrive on time, where the current strain on supply chains has made schedule reliability plunge to a historic low.

In the third quarter of the year, schedule reliability plunged to 34.3 percent, which is the lowest level ever recorded for a quarter, writes analyst firm Seaintelligence.

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