Bulk Cargo


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Bulk Cargo

A large amount of a commodity on a ship stored without a container, or in only a small container like a barrel or a small box. Bulk cargo may be wet, like oil, or dry, like coal. See also: Break bulk cargo.
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Captain Mohamed Juma Al Shamisi, CEO of Abu Dhabi Ports, said: "Abu DhabiPorts' increased general and bulk cargo volumes in the first three quarters of 2015 prove that our strategy to invest in innovative technologies, state-of-the-art infrastructure and customer focused services has paid off
86 million tonnes in these two months marked the highest volumes of general & bulk cargo ever managed by Abu Dhabi Ports.
During the corresponding period of last year these were 418 container ships, 99 bulk cargo ships, 107 general cargo ships and 204 oil tankers.
Pakistan's first ever dedicated state of the art bulk cargo project is expected to come into operation by 2015 on built operate and transfer (BOT) basis to handle 12 million tons of coal, cement and clinker annually.
79 million tonnes; liquid bulk cargo excluding crude oil: 322,426 tonnes; livestock: 162,022 tonnes.
The bulk cargo ship Arrilah I came under attack in the Arabian Sea from
On Wednesday, however, the Borisov government decided to go for a termination of the new loan because of the great hardship currently experienced by state company "Port Infrastructure" and Port Burgas Jsc with the repayment of a previous loan that Bulgaria got from Japan for the construction of a bulk cargo terminal.
They are to also develop a container terminal amounting to Rs 1,407 crore at Ennore, a Rs 312 crore container terminal at Tuticorin, Rs 277 crore iron ore handling facility at New Mangalore, Rs 252 crore berth development to handle bulk cargo at Mormugao, Rs 755 crore multipurpose cargo berth at Kandla, a Rs 55 crore liquid cargo berth and a Rs 114 crore dry cargo handling facility, both at Vizag.
The level of bulk cargo grew dramatically in 2005, most notably imported coal.
As we drew closer we could see that the burning ship was a bulk cargo merchant with the superstructure aft.
The 123,000 tonne Panamanian-registered ship, one of the largest sea-going bulk cargo carriers, was eventually able to dock.