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Transcript of Bulk Cargo
Abdelkader Abdelhamid Dry bulk cargo introduction Bulk cargo:
Loose, unpackaged, non-containerized cargo (such as cement, grains, ores) carried in a ship's hold, and loaded and discharged through hatchways. See also break-bulk cargo.
This cargo is usually dropped or poured, with a spout or shovel bucket Ships designed to carry dry bulk such as (cement, grains, ores) or liquid bulks such as (methanol, oils, petroleum) bulk cargo. Shipping container that can hold free-flowing dry cargo such as cement, grains, and ores. It is loaded from the top and discharged from the bottom. break bulk is all cargo that cant be loaded into a container like wheat and grains and The maritime transportation segment associated with transporting commodities in bulk, rather than containerized or palatalized. The "major" bulk cargoes include coal, iron ore and grains. "Minor" bulk commodities include fertilizer, wood products, cement, metal ores, fertilizer, etc. Dry bulk shipping is segmented by ship size, with the largest ships being capable of carrying over 300,000 tonnes of cargo dispersed between multiple cargo holds we can separate between two kind of liquid :
1- Non edible and dangerous liquids ( Dangerous chemicals,Petroleum,Gasoline and Liquefied natural gas.
2- Liquid edibles and non dangerous liquids ( Cooking oil and Fruit juices. bulk shipments handling Bulk material handling is an engineering field that is centered around the design of equipment used for the handling of dry materials such as ores, coal, cereals, wood chips, sand, gravel and stone in loose bulk form. It can also relate to the handling of mixed wastes. thank you