The world's largest container carriers' schedule reliability improved through September, October and November, before decreasing in December. This development occurred alongside growing volumes of handled containers, according to a new analysis by SeaIntel.
Schedule reliability dropped to a level at which 71.1 percent of the container ships in the survey were sailing according to plan, while this number stood at 75.6 percent in November. The survey covers a total of 11,202 ships.
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