Sea-Intelligence’s August Global Performance Report has exposed the truth of recent container line schedule reliability.
It’s been dropped to 33.6%. The lowest it has ever been in the 10-year time frame of tracking container line reliability.
For most of the year, container reliability schedules have been hovering around a 35-40% accuracy rate. But with the shipping crisis ravaging the shipping industry, causing port congestion across the globe among other issues, container reliability went downhill.
No lines scored over 50% schedule reliability in the report, and six had less than 20%.
In the month of August, the highest was a 45.6% schedule reliability (Maersk Line), and the lowest was 11.5% (Evergreen).
Experts have stated that as ships continue to face reliability issues, they will be under pressure to skip certain ports, or completely drop certain areas at some point.
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