According to the recent Global Liner Performance Report, published by SeaIntel Maritime Analysis, which analyzes the performance of the Top-20 Carriers, ZIM’s schedule reliability ranking has improved by 7 spots, placing the company among the most improved in the industry, in terms of ranking.
According to SeaIntel’s December report, ZIM’s November performance ranks it fifth among the major Carriers, with a schedule reliability of 77%, up 5% from last month.
ZIM has recently announced that following its successful restructuring it will introduce a new global functions initiative aiming at making ZIM more commercially focused, agile and customer oriented.
Rafael Ben Ari, ZIM VP Shipping: “Schedule reliability is of paramount importance for our customers, making it a top priority for ZIM. We will continue to invest efforts in order to better serve our customers on every parameter.”