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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One of the major milestones of this great vision is to expand the capacity of our Dry Bulk cargo business in order to meet the demands of the growing mining industry.
The liquid bulk cargo exports included ethanol and molasses.
Liquid bulk cargoes are an increasingly important commodity for Omani industry and trade.
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!"
Combined volumes of around 2.86 million tonnes in these two months marked the highest volumes of general & bulk cargo ever managed by Abu Dhabi Ports.
Currently bulk cargo enters Nepal through the Kolkata-Raxaul (Birgunj) route from where it is transported to other parts of the country.
243-A, issued in 2009, limits ship inspection to only bulk and break bulk cargo. Break bulk cargo refers to goods that are stored in boxes, bales, and pallets while bulk cargo are goods that are loaded directly to a vessel's hold by means of shoveling, scooping, forking or mechanically conveyed or pumped.
The planned terminal, a state of the art multipurpose bulk cargo handling facility, will be completed on build, operate and transfer basis by 2015.
(Ngsco) own and operate a fleet of carriers for transporting liquefied natural gas, petroleum products and sulphur as well as ro-ro and bulk cargo ships.
Finnish cargo-handling solutions provider Cargotec Corporation said on Thursday (28 February) that its MacGREGOR business area has received an order for two bulk cargo unloaders from Taiwan Power Company.
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