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bulk cargo

[¦bəlk ′kär‚gō]
(industrial engineering)
Cargo which is loaded into a ship's hold without being boxed, bagged, or hand stowed, or is transported in large tank spaces.
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Two ships, container vessel Maersk Denver and Bulk cargo carrier Christina-L are expected to sail on Wednesday in the afternoon.
Bulk cargo carrier Great-61 carrying Furnace oil and Coal are due to
The bulk cargo vessel St Dimitrios delivered 62,000 tonnes of wood pellets to the Port of Tyne
General and bulk cargo across Abu Dhabi Ports rose 13 per cent at 3.
Abu Dhabi Ports saw an increase of 19% in their bulk cargo volumes for the first nine months of 2015, as compared to the same period in 2014.
Summary: Abu Dhabi Ports set a record during the first three quarters of 2015 by handling the highest volumes of general and bulk cargo in two consecutive months ?
The record growth was mainly driven by higher volumes in the processing of liquid bulk cargo and containers, which rose by 5.
India will provide transit facility to Nepal for bulk cargo movement from two additional trading routes.
Bulk cargo has been handled through Zayed Port for more than 40 years, the Musaffah channel handled 4 million tonnes of bulk cargo alone last year and overall ADPC ports handled more than 7.
MANILA -- The Philippine unit of Intertek, a global cargo inspection-survey company, is calling for mandatory inspection of all containerized shipments to stem the rising incidence of technical smuggling of traditionally bulk or break bulk cargo like sugar, rice and steel.
Pakistan International Bulk Terminal (PIBT) and International Fina-nce Corporation (IFC) have agreed to invest $19 million on constructing a mechanised multi-purpose dry bulk cargo terminal at Port Qasim.
Most growth was attributable to rather volatile and lowmargin liquid cargo flows, while containers and bulk cargo posted moderately negative results.