SeaIntel: Reliability plunges for third month in a row

Container carriers' schedule reliability fell in February for the third month in a row. Ships pulled out due to Chinese new year celebrations were a major contributing factor, says SeaIntel.

Photo: Dietmar Hasenpusch/Hamburg Port of Marketing

The ability of major carriers to arrive and sail on time dipped further in February, making it the third consecutive month to deliver an overall decline in carrier schedule reliability.

This is evident from a SeaIntel update, in which the analyst firm, on the basis of a total of 11,620 departures, concludes that the reliability of the 20 largest container carriers fell by 2.6 percent to an average of 76.6 percent.

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