Drewry: Longer delays for container shipowners in February

More container ships sailed on time in February, but for the vessels that suffered delays, the length of the delays was longer, according to a new analysis from Drewry.

Reliability went up for container shipowners in February and improved compared to January this year, as more vessels departed on time and arrived on time as well. But the ships' schedule reliability was not as good, as the ships did suffer delays. In these cases the ships were delayed for longer amounts of time.

These numbers can be found in the monthly report from analyst agency Drewry - Carrier Performance Insight.

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