Vessel schedule reliability reaches new lows

3d cargo container ship in ocean. Large cargo vessel loaded with containers sailing in sea.

Vessel schedule reliability dropped to an all-time low in January 2022, according to recent analysis from Sea-Intelligence.

In its latest Global Liner Performance (GLP) report, Sea Intelligence reveals that schedule reliability dropped by 0.9 percentage points month-on-month to 30.9 per cent in January 2022 – the lowest measure since 2011.

On a year-on-year level, reliability was down 3.8 percentage points.

The average delay for late vessel arrivals decreased slightly to 7.38 days, the sixth consecutive month with the delay figure above 7 days.

A.P. Moller – Maersk (Maersk) was once again named the most reliable top-14 carrier in January 2022, just as it was in December 2021.

The shipping line came in with schedule reliability of 46.9 per cent, closely followed by Hamburg Süd with 42.8 per cent.

MSC and HMM had schedule reliability between 30 and 40 per cent, with six carriers recording reliability of 20 to 30 per cent.

Evergreen recorded the lowest schedule reliability in January 2022, with a figure of just 15.0 per cent.

© Sea-Intelligence

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