Hamburg Süd more reliable than Maersk in June

The future partners in the major P3 alliance, Maersk Line, CMA CGM, and MSC are currently the three most reliable carriers on the Asia-Pacific trade lane, according to a new survey by SeaIntel. Interesting, the analysts say.

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Hamburg Süd surpassed Maersk Line as the most reliable container carrier in June, according to the monthly Global Liner Performance report from SeaIntel Maritime Analysis.

"From a global perspective, Hamburg Süd’s increase in schedule reliability and Maersk Line’s decline means that the two carriers switch place this month, so Hamburg Süd is the most reliable carrier in June and Maersk Line is the second most reliable carrier. Additionally, we find that Hamburg Süd and Maersk Line are well ahead of their competitors this month, as APL on the third spot achieved a performance of 82 percent, while Hamburg Süd and Maersk Line have achieved 91 percent and 87 percent, respectively," writes SeaIntel.

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