SeaIntel: Maersk Line in reliability setback

Three Asian container carriers, led by Japan's MOL, now occupy the top three spots as the most reliable container carriers in the industry. Maersk Line has otherwise traditionally dominated the top spot as the world's most reliable carrier.

From a stable position as the world's most reliable container carrier in the frequent schedule reliability surveys of the 20 largest carriers' ability to arrive and depart on time, Maersk Line has now dropped to fourth place in the latest survey from analysts SeaIntel.

Three Asian carriers, Japanese MOL, Singapore's APL, and NYK, also from Japan, have with a score of around 85 percent each, especially in June and in listed order, taken over the three top spots as the most reliable container carriers, followed by Maersk Line, Hamburg Süd and Hapag-Lloyd.

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