Vessel that carries dry bulk cargo, such as ore, coal, etc.
A ship with specialized holds for carrying dry or liquid commodities, such as oil, grain, ore, and coal, in unpackaged bulk form. Bulk carriers may be designed to carry a single bulk product (crude oil tanker) or accommodate several bulk product types (ore/bulk/oil carrier) on the same voyage or on a subsequent voyage after holds are cleaned.
Single deck vessel designed specifically to carry homogeneous unpacked non-liquid cargoes such as grain, ore, or coal.
Refers to two types of cargo ships: the dry-bulk carrier and the liquid-bulk carrier, better known as a tanker. Bulk cargo is a shipment such as oil, grain, or ore, that is not packaged, baled, bottled, or otherwise packed and is loaded without counting or marking.
A ship that carries bulk cargo.
a cargo ship designed and built for carriage of dry bulk cargoes such as grain, coal, ore, etc
Vessel with no tween-deck, used for bulk transport of grain, coal, ore, sugar, cement etc.
Carries bulk goods, often grains.
a type of ship designed to carry bulk cargo
A vessel engaged in the carriage of bulk commodities that are not packaged, bundled, bottled, or otherwise packed.
A vessel designed for the shipment of bulk cargo.
Vessels with no between-deck used for bulk transport. The vessels are mainly used for transport of grain, coal and ore.
Vessel for the transportation of loose goods in large quantities, such as coal, ore, fertilizer and grain.
Vessels designed to carry dry-bulk cargo such as grain, fertilizers, and ore.
There are two types of bulk carrier, the dry-bulk carrier and the liquid-bulk carrier better known as a tanker. Bulk cargo is a shipment such as oil, grain, or ore which is not packaged, bundled, bottled, or otherwise packed and is loaded without counting or marking.
Vessel that carries bulk commodities such as petroleum, grain, or ore, which are not packaged, bundled, bottled, or otherwise packed.
Single deck vessel designed to carry homogeneous unpacked dry cargoes such as grain, iron ore and coal.
A bulk carrier is ocean-going vessel used to transport bulk cargo items such as ore or food staples (rice, grain, etc.) and similar cargo. It can be recognized by the large box-like hatches on its deck, designed to slide outboard for loading. A bulk carrier could be either dry or wet.