dry cargo

dry cargo

[¦drī ′kär‚gō]
(industrial engineering)
Nonliquid cargo, including minerals, grain, boxes, and drums.
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According to Norden, this anticipated improvement in earnings is a result of a stronger than expected performance in the fourth quarter of 2017 in both the Dry Cargo business, including the Dry Operator, and the Tanker business.
Thus, the total number of the company's vessels operating in international waters has been brought to 13 (11 dry cargo vessels and two tankers)," the message said.
Singapore - Freight rates for large dry cargo ships on key Asian routes could slip next week, although they are expected to remain close to three-year highs amid port congestion and a strong demand for iron ore and coal, brokers said.
ANKARA, Dhu-AlHijjah 05, 1438, August 27, 2017, SPA -- A dry cargo vessel broke in two in the Black Sea off Turkey's northwest coast, television images showed early on Sunday, while the 11-man crew was rescued, Reuters reported.
Freight rates for large capesize dry cargo vessels on key Asian routes, which are close to multi-month highs, are likely to remain firm as cargo activity picks up from Australia after bad weather disrupted operations at Dampier last week.
In order to expand business and to cater growing need of country's requirement of liquid and dry imports, it is planned to acquire more oil tankers and dry cargo ships into PNSC fleet.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- A dry cargo ship ran aground in the Bosporus when its rudder was locked on Tuesday evening.
The environmentally friendly g-drum for liquid and dry cargo transportation is reusable and collapsible.
5m contract with China Shipbuilding Yards for the construction of nine vessels (two product tankers and seven multipurpose dry cargo ships).
ICS Logistics, a Jacksonville, Florida, USA-headquartered asset-based, third party logistics specialist in providing stevedore, transportation and warehouse services for the perishable and dry cargo markets, has partnered with the Cold Train and CSX Transportation to develop a new logistics service that will offer nationwide distribution through a high-speed, nonstop rail network.