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Better late than never when it comes to container shipping

Analysis of data for liner vessel arrivals reveals four-day delays are a perennial feature of the sector. Even then, analysis is somewhat thwarted by carriers’ attitude to reporting

For every year between 2012 and 2018, the average delay for late arrivals remained stubbornly between three and four days, according to SeaIntelligence data

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