rss icon Subscribe
desktop mobile

Hyundai Merchant Tops World with 82.9% Operation Reliability

Graph: HMM. Source: SeaIntel

By Aiswarya Lakshmi

South Korea's Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) tops highest on-time global performance in October, second time after its first rank in August the company announced.

Danish shipping consultancy SeaIntel's Global Liner Performance Report - calculated for US Europe, Trans Atlantic, India and South America services - showed that HMM once again ranked 1st reliable carrier in October among the 18 global container carriers.
HMM's reliability in October has scored 82.9 percent - improved 6 percent points higher than last month. This was 8.1 percent points higher than the global average of 74.8 percent.
Since last year's successful restructuring, HMM has put its utmost effort on rebuilding customer trust and improving its service quality. HMM has also focused on improving its schedule reliability, as part of ongoing efforts to enhance customer satisfaction.
An HMM official stated, "This improvement in schedule reliability is a fruitful result of our efforts to improve service quality." And that "HMM will do its best to maintain top-level of schedule reliability to reciprocate customers' trust in us."

Dec 5, 2017

 

Logistics

Dry Bulk Market Looks Up: J. Lauritzen

Lauritzen Bulkers. Photo:  J. Lauritzen

Both the dry bulk market and the market for small gas carriers are anticipated to benefit from

CMA CGM Plans Multi-Temperature Logistics Facility at DP World

Photo: CMA CGM

CMA CGM, a world leader in maritime transport, is to take a long-term lease and invest in a

PIL, PSA, IBM Conclude Successful Blockchain Trial on Chongqing-Singapore Route

Image:  Pacific International Lines Pte Ltd

Singapore’s Pacific International Lines (PIL), port operator PSA International, and technology

News

BIMCO Relaunches Ship Benchmarking System

Photo: BIMCO

BIMCO relaunches ship benchmarking system Shipping KPI after two years of redesign.

France Ratifies Fishing Vessel Safety Treaty

Photo: International Maritime Organization (IMO)

Efforts to increase global fishing vessel safety have received a boost with France becoming the

Japan Seeks to Boost Offshore Wind Power

© Yaz / Adobe Stock

The Yomiuri newspaper reported on Tuesday that:      -Japan's government will submit legislation

Maritime Apps