In April, only one-third of ocean carriers arrived on schedule. Sea-Intelligence Maritime Analysis tracks the percentage of on-time arrivals of container ships. Ships are considered late if they arrive one calendar day or more after schedule.
Before the pandemic, ships arrived on schedule between 70-80% of the time. Since the pandemic started, on-time arrivals have hovered between 20-30%, with marginal gains in 2022. This reflects the continued challenges the global supply chain is facing this year.
1. Container shipping reliability gains stalling in 2022, Journal of Commerce, May 27, 2022. Accessed May 30, 2022.