Bulker


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Bulk´er


n.1.(Naut.) A person employed to ascertain the bulk or size of goods, in order to fix the amount of freight or dues payable on them.
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com ), Moore Stephens' unique ship operating costs benchmarking tool, which reveals that total operating costs for the tanker, bulker and container ship sectors were all down in 2016, the financial year covered by the study.
Bulker operator Sobelmar Antwerp NV was owner, and manager, while the ships were registered in the name of SBM-1 INC, a company "care of" Sobelmar and sharing the same company address in Belgium.
They were ordered and built, along with a fourth bulker, at Nanjing Dongze Shipyard in China, and the near-33-ton Brasschaat was the first to be delivered to the company in 2009, followed by its sister ships.
IN MERSEY | In the Mersey today, Wec Vermeer, a container vessel coming from and sailing to Portugal; and Hedvig Bulker, a bulk carrier carrying maize from Argentina.
UAE manufacturer of heavy transport equipment, Bion Industrial, has expanded its product range with the addition of three tipper trailers and a new cement bulker semi-trailer.
The manufacturer has added three new tipper trailer sizes to its existing range - two intermediary models and its smallest unit so far - as well as a 52m 3 cement bulker semi-trailer and a dedicated trailer for demolition material with a hydraulic door.
In other words, the 10 COSCO ULOCs and the 36 Valemaxes alone will displace 17,400,000 tons of world bulker capacity.
SUEK will use the financing to back the development of a bulker terminal at the Vanino port in the Khabarovsk region and expand the production capacity of its Tugnui surface mine and Tugnui coal plant in Buryatia.
K - 16 box body tipper, the Tata LPK 3118 - 8 RMC, the Tata LPK 3118 - 18 tipper, the Tata LPK 1616 - Ergo Pack, and the Tata LPK 3118 - 27 Bulker.
The Panama-registered 40,000-ton Pasha Bulker had no cargo aboard when it ran aground in stormy conditions on June 8, but was carrying more than 227,000 gallons of fuel and oil, prompting fears of an ecological disaster.
What changed was a recommitment (by companies such as Canada Steamship Lines) to the (grain) bulker business, and their timing fit well with the misfortune of the Windoc.
agency concerned with maritime affairs, to propose changes in bulker surveying procedures.