MOL (America) Announce Intermodal Transit Performance Results

Press Release
Sunday, July 22, 2012

MOL (America) Inc. announce intermodal transit on-time performance results for April-June 2012.

MOL’s overall intermodal transit on-time performance was 88% for April-June 2012 for the three origin ports in Asia to the six inland destinations in the United States being measured.

Intermodal Transit On-Time Performance is among the regional key performance indicators (KPI) MOL discloses to customers on www.CountOnMOL.com. The April-June 2012 results by origin/destination are:

MOL performed above the 90% target for seven origin/destination combinations and was within one percent of the target for two other combinations.

Performance was primarily impacted by four PCX vessels that arrived a shift or more late and one PSX vessel that arrived two shifts late. MOL will continue to work with our rail partners and address specifics of operation with the terminals to improve our performance.

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL) has one of the world’s largest ocean shipping fleets.



 

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