Maersk improves reliability – but only half of ships arrive on time

A little more than half of Maersk’s container ships now arrive on time. But according to Sea-Intelligence, carriers’ overall schedule reliability is still lower than a year ago.

Photo: PR / A.P. Møller - Mærsk

As the only container carrier, Maersk was able to cross the 50% line for schedule reliability in May, according to recent numbers from Sea-Intelligence.

The carrier’s reliability was at 50.3% compared to 47.5% the month before.

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