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Schedule reliability improves, Maersk and Hamburg Süd top rankings

Sea-Intelligence published issue 146 of the Global Liner Performance (GLP) report, which includes schedule reliability figures from January to September 2023.



Source:, GLP Report, issue 146"



"Source:, GLP Report, issue 146"


According to the analysis, in September 2023, global schedule reliability rose by 1.2% points M/M to 64.4%. Apart from the May increase, schedule reliability has been within 2% points since March 2023.


On a Y/Y basis, schedule reliability was 19% greater. The average late vessel arrival delay fell by 0.09 days M/M to 4.58 days. With the M/M drop, the average delay for late vessel arrivals is currently 1.30 days less than it was last year at this time.



"Source:, GLP Report, issue 146"


Maersk and its subsidiary Hamburg Süd were the most reliable carriers, with a 71.3% schedule reliability score in September, followed by MSC with 69.8%.


Six more carriers, along with MSC, achieved a schedule reliability of 60%-70%. Four other carriers had schedule reliability of 50%-60%, with HMM being the only carrier with less than 50%, at 45.9%.


In September, ten of the top fourteen carriers saw a M/M increase in schedule reliability score, with PIL achieving the largest gain of 7.3% points. On a year-over-year basis, 13 of the 14 carriers have been improved by double digits, with Hamburg Süd showing the largest growth of 26.8%.


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