breakbulk cargo

breakbulk cargo

Any commodity that, because of its weight, dimensions, or incompatibility with other cargo, must be shipped by mode other than military van or SEAVAN. See also breakbulk ship.
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On the other hand, the handling volumes of dry bulk shipments and conventional breakbulk cargo fell by 4.
LONDON, June 5, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Over 6300 project cargo and breakbulk cargo logisticians from 100 countries around the world, together with 275 exhibiting companies, took part in the 9th annual Breakbulk Europe Exhibition from 12-15 May 2014 at the Antwerp Expo, Antwerp, Belgium.
Transportation services include the time-definite, door to door/port to door pick-up and delivery, electronic data interchange, customs processing and clearance of containerized and breakbulk cargo.
16 in the amount of $125 per 20- foot equipment and $250 per 40- foot equipment, with other hikes for vehicles and breakbulk cargo," Tropical Shipping said.
Based in Belgium, it specialises in the transport of containers and breakbulk cargo between Africa, South Asia and the Middle East.
With this new service Swire Shipping will offer direct port calls into/from the Arabian Gulf with two dedicated multi-purpose vessels which have heavy lift capabilities to service the growing project and breakbulk cargo segments in the region.
Similarly, the port's non-containerized cargo ended 2006 flush, with a growth rate of 22 percent in auto imports and 11 percent growth in breakbulk cargo.
Veterans in the maritime shipping industry have long said that containerization was the first significant improvement in breakbulk cargo handling since the time of the Phoenicians.
Marek Juszkiewcz, whose Caymen Island-flagged ship routinely carries commercial rolling stock and breakbulk cargo.
We originally planned for the discharge of the 1,117 pieces of mostly breakbulk cargo to take three days.
As the managing agent of the vessel operating companies, Industrial Maritime Carriers (USA) and (Bahamas), and Linea Naviera Paramaconi in Venezuela, Intermarine is the largest provider of project and breakbulk cargo transport from the United States to South America and Asia.
Until 1975, coffee arrived only as breakbulk cargo, the most used the storage method by hand in walls.