Carrier reliability significantly lower than last year

Even though container carriers improved their schedule reliability for the second straight month, it remains significantly lower than in the same period last year, says SeaIntel.

Container carriers are still significantly less reliable than in the same period last year, according to a new analysis by SeaIntel.

Even though the world's container carriers for the second straight month managed to improve their schedule reliability, they remain behind compared to April last year, where reliability on sailing schedules was 8.5 percentage points higher, and container delivery was 9.6 percentage points better than today.

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