Before starting the process of shipping iron and cement, you must know the following Cement cargoes, which account for about 5% of the dry bulk trade, can prove to be extremely problematic when carried in conventional bulk carriers as opposed to specialized cement carriers. If not dealt with in an appropriate manner, cement carriage can result in cleaning expenses of over USD 100,000 and delay the vessel for a significant period of time. also Iron cargo is loaded very fast, 10,000 tonnes an hour is not unusual. The loading and de-ballasting of the ship must be meticulously planned to ensure that the vessel is not overstressed. There is very little chance of damaging the cargo but the ship can receive extensive damage during the discharge operation from the equipment used.
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