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bulk carrier

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(Nautical Terms) a ship that carries unpackaged cargo, usually consisting of a single dry commodity, such as coal or grain. Also called: bulker
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bulk carrier

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Type of ships:###Phase I: bulk carriers of 30,000 deadweight tonnage (DWT), container vessels of 25,000 DWT
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TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran plans to return to the non-oil shipbuilding market with a $300mln potential order of 10 bulk carriers from Singapore-listed shipbuilder Yangzijiang Shipbuilding Holdings Ltd.
He said that it would take 11 months to finish the project and before bulk carriers of up to 50,000 metric tons could enter the CIP.
KARACHI -- Four container vessels and two bulk carrier are due to reach at the outer anchorage of Karachi Port on Friday; however two of each bulk carriers, container vessel and tankers have acquired safe berthing at the port.
The company also operates foreign flag dry bulk carriers, which trade in the international commercial market.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, the shipbuilding arm of Mitsubishi, says it has developed a new bulk carrier that will reduce carbon dioxide emissions by about 25 percent compared with conventional averaged bulk carriers.
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