Drewry to stop performing reliability surveys

SeaIntel's entry into the market for container carrier schedule reliability surveys has put the British player under pressure.

The major British analyst agency Drewry, which is considered one of the world's leading analysts in the maritime industry, has decided to stop performing analyses of the container carriers' schedule reliability.

The big container carrier's ability to arrive on time and deliver goods to customers is a key parameter in the industry, one that carriers - especially Maersk Line - compete fiercely on. But after having performed reliability surveys for many years Drewy has now informed its customers that its last survey will be published in late 2014.

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