SeaIntel: 2M affects Maersk Line's reliability

Maersk Line's schedule reliability seems to have been negatively influenced by the new container alliance with MSC, notes SeaIntel.

One of Maersk Line's trademarks, that of being the world's most reliable container carrier, lost ground in June, and Maersk Line was actually the carrier among the industry's top players that noted the smallest schedule reliability improvement in the second quarter compared to the first three months of the year.

According to analyst agency SeaIntel, which monitors the Top 20 container carriers' ability to arrive and depart on time, Maersk Line slid down to fourth place, while three Asian carriers, Japan's MOL, Singapore's APL and NYK now occupy the top three, in that order.

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