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Sea-Intelligence reports slight decline in container lines’ schedule reliability

Global schedule reliability of container carriers declined by 0.7 percentage points in September, compared with August 2022 figures, reaching 45.5%, according to the latest issue of Sea-Intelligence's Global Liner Performance (GLP) report.

Source: Sea-Intelligence.com, GLP Report, issue 134

Denmark's shipping data analysis company noted that the average delay for late vessel arrivals has been dropping consistently since the start of the year. In September 2022, the average delay improved once again, dropping by another 0.10 days month to month to 5.81 days.

"This is the second consecutive month that the average delay figure has dropped below the 6-day mark since April 2021," pointed out Alan Murphy, CEO of Sea-Intelligence.

Source: Sea-Intelligence.com, GLP Report, issue 134

With schedule reliability of 53.2%, Maersk was the most reliable carrier in September 2022, followed by CMA CGM with 45.5%.

Another four box lines recorded schedule reliability of 40%-50%, whereas the rest all had schedule reliability of 30%-40%. Meanwhile, Yang Ming recorded the lowest schedule reliability of 35.1%.

In September 2022, once again, most of the carriers were very close to each other, with the difference between Yang Ming at the bottom and CMA CGM at second, a little over 10%. Only five of the top-14 carriers recorded a month-to-month improvement, whereas all 14 recorded a year-to-year improvement, with 10 of those carriers recording double-digit improvements, and two carriers recording improvements of over 20%, according to Sea-Intelligence's report.

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