Container carriers' schedule reliability declines

The container carriers were less reliable in July due to congestion and strikes, says SeaIntel in an analysis.

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The container market in July was characterized by congestion in several ports, as well as strikes, and this affected the carriers' possibilities of getting their ships to arrive on time - their schedule reliability.

A new analysis by SeaIntel shows that the container carriers' schedule reliability reached its lowest level since February this year, corresponding to a reliability of 71.6 percent in July, down 4 percent from June this year.

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