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Global Schedule Reliability for Air and Ocean Carriers Still Low!

Global Schedule Reliability for Air and Ocean Carriers Still Low!

Global schedule reliability continues to be low as we enter into the new year although average delay for late-arriving vessels appears to be declining. This is expected to continue into the end of the first quarter at least.

“The only continuing positive, if one should call it that, is that schedule reliability has not plummeted further,” said Sea-Intelligence CEO Alan Murphy.

Schedule reliability declined month over month by 0.6 percentage points to 33.6 per cent, in November 2021. While it remains in the range of 33 to 40 per cent seen throughout the year, November was second-lowest to August which was 33.4 per cent.

The average for 2021 is 36 per cent and that compares to 66 per cent for the whole of 2020.

All of the major carriers are experiencing a decline in schedule reliability with Sea-Intelligence reporting that only Maersk and Hamburg Sud were able to remain above 40 per cent reliability. This low schedule reliability is also something that is affecting airlines albeit at port of entry where clearance delays add to this transit time variability.

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