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Vessel On-Time Performance Ratio
Methodology: We understand you expect your shipment to arrive when promised. MOL is one of the only ocean carriers to publicly disclose our on-time arrival performance. Since November 2010, we’ve been disclosing the performance of our East-West Trades on a quarterly basis. This includes the following trade lanes: Asia-U.S. West Coast, Asia-U.S. East Coast, Transatlantic, and Asia-Europe. In May 2012, we have began disclosing the performance of our North-South and Intra Asia trades as well. We disclose the performance of ships under MOL’s operation as well as for all vessels in which MOL takes slots. When a vessel arrives in the first port of destination area for both directions, within 24 hours of scheduled time of arrival, the voyage is regarded as on time. Results are weight-averaged based on MOL's space allocation of each service.
Reach 100% on-time arrival performance.
Please visit MOL’s On Time Performance website to view our historical results.
MOL 2Q 2013 Results:
East-West Trades: In Q2 2013, the weather in the Pacific Ocean was stable, allowing the on time performance of Asia-USWC services to resume to over 90%. An even higher level of performance was expected, but was not achieved due to the impact on vessels by a labor strike in Hong Kong.
Asia-USEC services performance maintained a similar level as was achieved in Q1 2013, while the major factor contributing to the low on time performance was terminal congestion in Algeciras.
Due to adverse weather conditions at Rotterdam, the Transatlantic on time performance for all vessels improved only slightly. MOL's vessels were less affected and reached 89% punctuality.
Asia-EUR/MED services were significantly affected by the strike in Hong Kong while MED services also suffered from congestion in Ashdod, which further delayed their Eastbound schedule.
North-South Trades: Adverse weather condition in South Africa affected the CSW vessel punctuality and its performance in Q2 2013. The CSW's on time performance was also worse than last quarter due to a labor strike at Hong Kong. The overall situation of the CWL held steady at 96%. One MOL operated vessel was affected by dense fog in Central China which had a significant impact on the punctuality of the CWL Westbound leg in Q2 2013, while MOL maintained an on time performance of 100% on the Eastbound leg.
Intra Asia Trades: CHS and HS3 suffered delays due to serious port congestion and low terminal productivity due to a labor strike at Hong Kong. Meanwhile, CBE and CBW maintained 100% punctuality in Q2 2013.
MOL 1Q 2013 Results:
East-West Trades: The Asia-USWC service performance recovered from 4Q 2012 but still experienced delays due to the unstable weather in the Pacific ocean.
Asia-USEC services still suffered delays due to continuous weahter interruptions in both the Pacific ocean and the Atlantic ocean. In addition, port congestions in Shanghai, Busan, and Balboa impacted vessel schedules in March 2013.
Likewise, Transatlantic services still suffered heavy delays because of poor weather in the Atlantic ocean.
Strikes in Le Havre and Ashdod, port congestion and closures in Shanghai and Ningbo, and port congestion in Hong Kong and Jeddah severely impacted the schedule integrity of Asia to Europe/Mediterranean vessels which caused heavy delays to EUR/MED services.
North-South Trades: CSW performed 100% punctuality on the South Bound schedule. However, more vessels were impacted by seasonal wind bound at South Africa on the CSW North Bound and this harmed overall punctuality in the first quarter of 2013.
The CWL overall performance improved. One MOL vessel was affected by the Tokyo pilot suspension due to strong winds and this impacted the punctuality of the CWL West Bound schedule. But, MOL mainted 100% punctuality on the East Bound.
Intra Asia Trades: CBE suffered accumulated delays due to New Year port closures in January. Meanwhile, CHS, HS3, and CBW maintained 100% punctuality.
MOL 4Q 2012 Results:
East-West Trades: While attempting to maintain last quarter's performance level for overall and East Coast service, several weather interruptions on the U.S. East Coast (New York City, Hurricane Sandy) resulted in reduced improvements in service and significant delays. Berth congestion in Panama has also had some impact on East Coast services.
All Asia-U.S. West Coast services experienced heavy delays due to labor issues (port strike) on the U.S. West Coast as well as inclement weather while departing Asia and holiday productivity slowed down in the U.S.
All Transatlantic services were severely delayed due to inclement weather on the U.S. East Coast (New York City, Hurricane Sandy) as well as reduced labor output during the year-end holidays.
Severe weather at some Asian ports (Shanghai and Ningbo typhoons) affected the on-time departure of Asia-Europe/Mediterranean vessels under MOL operation, resulting in heavy delays and congestion upon arrival at European ports.
North-South Trades: CSW performed 100% punctuality on the South Bound schedule. Seasonally wind bound at South Africa affected CSW North Bound and overall punctuality. Heavy weather on the route from Mexico to Asia and Tokyo port congestion during New Year holiday affected CWL West Bound schedule, but we have maintained 100% punctuality in regards to ships under MOL operation.
Intra Asia Trades: CBE was affected by engine trouble of the vessel and typhoon in October. Meanwhile, CHS, HS3, and CBW maintained 100% punctuality for the 4th quarter of 2012.
MOL 3Q 2012 Results:
East-West Trades: While attempting to maintain last quarter's performance level for overall West Coast and East Coast service, several weather interruptions during the Pacific typhoon season resulted in reduced improvements in service. Berth congestion in Panama has also had some impact on East Coast services. Berth congestion also impacted Trans-Atlantic service. Asia-Europe services were negatively affected by inclement weather in Asia and port congestion in Europe. Terminal congestion at Mediterranean ports has continued to adversely affect on-time performance of MOL operated vessels since 1Q 2012.
North-South Trades: Berth congestion at South African ports was back to normal, but seasonal windbound at South Africa affected the CSW North Bound schedule punctuality.
Intra Asia Trades: HS3 and CBW were affected by three typhoons and subsequent port congestion in September, while CHS and CBE maintained good performance for the past quarter.
MOL 2Q 2012 Results:
East-West Trades: Good weather conditions and a reduction in port congestion resulted in the improvement of West Coast service on-time performance. Minor delays were attributed to rough seas. MOL operated vessels were mostly on-time, but overall East Coast performance was severely affected by the ongoing port congestion issues in Panama. MOL operated vessels achieved 100% on-time performance in the Transatlantic trade, while overall performance significantly improved as a result of the resolution of labor and congestion issues. Although Asia-Europe/Med schedules were impacted by European port congestion issues, the delays occurred within the first cycle of the new pro-forma schedules and improvements are expected after schedule review.
North-South Trades: Berth congestion at South African ports affected Asia-ECSA South and North Bound punctuality. The delay of towage service in Buenos Aires and seasonal windbound from South Africa to Asia deteriorated the overall CSW's performance.
Intra Asia Trades: HS3 was affected by a typhoon in June, but the overall performance of Intra Asia services was good for the second quarter of 2012. MOL will continue to serve our customers with high quality service.
MOL 1Q 2012 Results:
East-West Trades: The performance of Asia-U.S. East Coast/U.S. West Coast service was affected by Asian port congestion. However, MOL ships for the Asia-U.S. East Coast service managed to overcome this situation. Asia-U.S. West Coast service was affected by rough seas in the Pacific. The port operation interrupted by winter weather in Europe also harmed the performance of Asia-Europe and Transatlantic services. In particular, Transatlantic service was heavily impacted by the Antwerp port strike. Port congestion in the Mediterranean severely affected the Asia-Mediterranean performance. Though MOL ships were able to manage this tough situation, the overall performance was still severely hit.
North-South Trades: The performance of Asia-South Africa-East Coast South America (CSW) service was 100% on the soutbound leg. However, on northbound back to Asia, delays in towage service in Buenos Aires and bad weather in Cape Town affected the result of the CSW performance.
Intra Asia Trades: The performance of Intra Asia services was good for the first quarter of 2012. MOL will continue to serve our customers with high quality service.