Drewry: Container carrier reliability at rock bottom

Carriers' ability to observe their own sailing schedules is at the lowest level in 12 months among the Top 20 container carriers. The trend is worst on the vital Asia-Europe strings.

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Container carrier schedule reliability took a dive in February down to the lowest level in 12 months, to just 62.7 percent on the scale published by analyst agency Drewry, ranking the shipowners' ability to keep to their own sailing schedules.

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