Container line schedule reliability trending upwards

Date Added: 6 September 2022

Container line schedule reliability trending upwards

As an important provider of ocean freight forwarding services around the globe, Davies Turner notes that according to a report on Container News website, maritime data company Sea-Intelligence has analysed the schedule reliability of the container shipping lines up to July 2022, and found that global schedule reliability continues to trend upwards.

According to the report it rose 0.5% points month on month in July 2022 to 40.5%. This is the second time since the start of the pandemic that the schedule reliability improved on an annual basis.

The full report can be seen here: https://container-news.com/schedule-reliability-on-an-upward-trend-evergreen-climbs-to-second-place/

Davies Turner hopes that this improvement in schedule reliability continues in the future as we strive to help our clients overcome the supply chain issues associated with poor container ship schedule reliability.

For more information about Davies Turner’s ocean freight forwarding and logistics services, please contact ocean@daviesturner.co.uk or visit the relevant pages of this website.

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