Significantly improved reliability for container ships in March

Container shipowners' reliability on the three major East-West services in March reached the highest level in five months, but there is still room for improvement, says Drewry. Maersk Line was once again in the lead.

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Container ships on the major East-West services improved their overall schedule reliability to 64 percent in March this year.

This is an improvement of 8.5 percentage points from February 2015 and the highest average since October 2014, when the analyst agency Drewry with its newsletter Carrier Performance Insight resumed coverage of the container carriers' ability to arrive and depart on time.

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