Container carriers' reliability improved again in May

The major container carriers improved their reliability again in May on the three main East-West trades. Maersk Line is still the world's most reliable carrier, according to Drewry.

The world's 20 biggest container carriers delivered an improved schedule reliability in May, where the carriers' improved their reliability by four percent overall on the three main East-West trades.

The carriers achieved an average schedule reliability of 71.6 percent, notes Drewry in the analyst agency's Carrier Performance Insight newsletter, which reviews the 20 largest containers carriers' ability to arrive and depart on time. The improvement follows a similar increase in April.

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