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Sea freight - Bulk cargo

Effective 28 February 2012

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Bulk cargo is commodity cargo that is shipped unpackaged in large quantities. Such cargoes are usually dropped or poured as a liquid, or as a mass of relatively small solids (e.g. grain, fertilizer, coal), into a bulk carrier ship's hold.

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