Majority of container ships delayed – but analyst firm sees signs of improvement

More than half of container vessels are still arriving late, but there are signs that carriers have improved an otherwise miserable schedule reliability, according to Sea-Intelligence.

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The main part of ships still reach their port destination later than planned, however, there are signs of betterment regarding container carriers’ schedule reliability.

Such is the assessment by Sea-Intelligence, even though only 34.4% of ocean-going container vessels arrived on time in April and despite that ”reliability in itself did not improve.”

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