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Poor liner reliability opens a window of opportunity for those who get it right

Last year was the worst year on record in terms of schedule reliability since SeaIntelligence started collecting data eight years ago. But according to its chief executive Alan Murphy, the promise of a service that frustrated shippers can trust will no doubt be appealing

There is huge opportunity for an alliance that can try to be the top performer among the global top 15, Alan Murphy tells the Global Liner Shipping Conference

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