May 21, 2024
MARITIME: Global Liner Trade Reliability increases to 40% in June of 2022
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– By Godswill Odiong

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The Global Liner Performance Report by Sea Intelligence, the Global Schedule Reliability has increased by 3.6% to reach an overall 40% in June 2022, according to FleetMon.

It stated: “According to the latest release of the Global Liner Performance Report by Sea Intelligence, the Global Schedule Reliability has increased by 3.6% to reach an overall 40% in June 2022.

“This marks the first time since the pandemic’s start that there has been a “Year over Year” improvement in the metric, even if it is by 0.5%.

“Among the different sea carriers, Maersk was the carrier with the most reliability of 49.5%, followed by Hamburg Sud with 41.4%. There were ten other carriers in the 30% – 40% bracket and only two in the 20% – 30% bracket. While topping the rankings Year over Year, improvement in reliability was Evergreen, the only carrier with a double-digit improvement of 16.2% change in reliability.”

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