Several container routes saw ships improving reliability in 2021

Roughly half of the tradelanes monitored by Sea-Intelligence have seen ships improving their schedule reliability during 2021. However, all 14 major shipping lines have only receded in reliability this year, according to the analyst firm.

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Major pressure on global supply chains saw container carriers' schedule reliability hit a historic low in November this year.

But despite extensive delays among container vessels the world over, some tradelanes have seen improvement in ships' reliability during 2021, writes Sea-Intelligence, which has examined individual reliability on the 34 routes included in the analyst firm's Global Liner Performance report.

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