Container line schedule reliability remained low in October with no line managing over 50% reliability and the lowest – Evergreen – just 13.6%.
Sea Intelligence’s latest Global Liner Report showed a marginal improvement in container line schedule reliability in October with 0.4% percentage point improvement to 34.4%. The report covers over 60 carriers on 34 different trades.
Across the year as a whole container line schedule reliability has sat at between 34% and 40% as lines continue to struggle with port congestion, supply chain disruption, and capacity issues. Year-on-year October schedule reliability fell 18%.
The most reliable line in October among the top 14 largest carriers was Maersk 46.4%, followed by subsidiary Hamburg Sud with 38.1%.
The line with the lowest schedule reliability was Evergreen standing at just 13.4% in October. The Taiwanese carrier was one of four lines with reliability below 20% in October.
Three lines had between 30% – 40% schedule reliability in October, and four between 20% – 30%.
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