Global punctuality rate finally stopped falling

Recently, the Danish maritime data analysis company Sea-Intelligence released a report that the global liner punctuality rate appears to have broken the downward trend since the beginning of the year, and the punctuality rate in June increased by 3.6 percentage points to 40%.

The average delay time for ships has dropped significantly since the beginning of the year, but the average delay in June was 6.24 days, unchanged from a year earlier.


Alan Murphy, chief executive of Sea-Intelligence, said: "Global liner delay days are currently stable at less than seven days, and this is an improvement compared to the same period in 2021."

The data showed that Maersk's punctuality rate of 49.5% was the most reliable liner company in June this year, followed by Hamburg Süd with 41.4%. There are also 10 liner companies whose punctuality rate is 30-40%, and only two are 20%-30%. Among them, Wanhai Shipping has the lowest liner punctuality rate of 24.8%.

In terms of the year-on-year level, among the top 14 liner companies, the punctuality rate of 9 companies increased in June this year, and Evergreen Shipping was the only liner company with a double-digit increase, reaching 16.2 percentage points.

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