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G6 on-time ranking slumps to 41pc while industry average hits 75pc

THE G6 alliance ranks at the bottom with a 41 per cent on-time schedule reliability in the last year while Maersk leads with 97 per cent, "K" Line with 75 per cent, Hanjin with 71 per cent and UASC with 69 per cent. 

G6 on-time ranking slumps to 41pc while industry average hits 75pc
05 August 2014 - 07:29

G6 on-time ranking slumps to 41pc while industry average hits 75pc

THE G6 alliance ranks at the bottom with a 41 per cent on-time schedule reliability in the last year while Maersk leads with 97 per cent, "K" Line with 75 per cent, Hanjin with 71 per cent and UASC with 69 per cent. 

"G6 significant under-performance in Asia-North Europe is consistent over the past year, and must be of great concern," said SeaIntel operations chief and partner Alan Murphy.

"It also must be a costly for the G6 carriers as they need to get their late vessels back on schedule, and that comes at a very high fuel cost," he said. 

Global schedule reliability and global container delivery remained nearly unchanged from May to June, as SeaIntel posted its on-time schedule reliability of 75.6 per cent in June versus 75.3 per cent in May.

Data from INTTRA shows on-time box delivery increased from 55.5 per cent in May to 55.7 per cent in June, but year on year global schedule reliability decreased 2.8 per cent. 

Schedule reliability in June is based on 10,420 vessel arrivals, while container delivery is based on more than 3.2 million container deliveries, said the Danish research house SeaIntel. 

Leading SeaIntel's global ranking of Top 20 carriers for the single month of June were Maersk with 87.2 per cent on-time reliability, Hamburg Sud with 85.2 per cent and Hanjin with 78.9 per cent. 

This means that Hanjin replaced CSAV in the Top 3 ranking compared with the performance in May while Zim was recognised as the most improved with a 5.8 performance improvement from May to June.

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