JAPANESE shipping giant MOL's July said its key performance indicators (KPI) showed it had failed to meet July's invoicing and documentation targets.
The documentation performance accuracy for Asia, as a whole, was 97.39 per cent in July, below the established target of 99.5 per cent.
The accuracy for China export documentation was 97.69 per cent; 98.86 per cent for Asia to US documentation; and 98.59 per cent for Asia to Europe documentation.
For China export invoicing accuracy, MOL achieved a level of 98.40 per cent, also below its established target of 99 per cent.
But it met targets set for in-terminal truck turn time at its seven Asian terminals (five in Japan and one each in Thailand and Vietnam).
The results of the regional KPI are disclosed to customers on www.CountOnMOL.com each month, according to a company statement.
Source : HKSG.