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Barges for Coal Lighterage / Discharging







Barges for coal unloading







Cargo barges are ideal for handling unloading / discharge of coal from mother vessel and safely transporting the cargo to nearest jetty or berth.

Most of the cargo handling, CHA or cargo forwarding agencies engaged in handling coal and unloading the cargo for ship are using self propelled barges. These barges along side the ship are loaded with the coal from transhiper or directly from mother vessel.






The ligheterage operation of unloading / discharging coal is handled by barges at shallow water ports.



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Dry Bulk Cargo Ship Chartering Services








Most of the shippers and chartering companies are interested in chartering dry bulk vessels on single voyage charter basis. In voyage charter the ship owner enters into chartering agreement with charterer / shipper and places his ship at the loading port for loading full load cargo equal to ship capacity or partial / part cargo. The freight in voyage charter is calculated on per ton basis and the voyage charter can be for single voyage or regular voyages. The freight is paid for the completion of successful voyage or delivery of cargo at destination port. But some operators ask for pre-paid freight and maximum of the ocean freight is collected against loading and issue of BL. The freight payment can be negotiated with the shipping company and their operators.


The advance of chartering dry bulk cargo vessel on voyage charter is, the charterer has to pay fix freight on per ton of the cargo loaded. All risks like delay in sailing time, port strikes, etc are directly to be in account of ship owner and the charterer only pays for the single voyage.





Time Charter

In time charter terms, the charterer hires the cargo ship for a certain period and agreed by the ship owner. Some ship owners fix minimum charter time period like for three months or sex months. The freight on time charter terms is calculated on per day basis subjected to the dead weight of the cargo ship and the payment term is advance for every month. The fuel oil, lube oil, and other charges like levies, port charges etc is to be paid extra by the charterer / chartering company. In time charter the cargo ship owner provides the ship along with the crew and the crew salaries are paid by the ship owner. The charterer / chartering company has to delivery or re-deliver the cargo ship to certain safe port as agreed in the time charter agreement.


Time Chartering a cargo ship helps the charterer / chartering company open option for planning the sailing direction and which port the ship should sail. But on other hand in time charter all delay times as a reason of strikes at port or bad weather has to be paid by chartering company to the vessel company.



Bare Boat Chartering

In bare boat chartering terms, the cargo ship is chartered without crew. The vessel company provides the ship on charter and the chartering company</a> has full control of the ship and the chartering company / charterer is assumed as second owner to the cargo ship chartered. Once chartered on bareboat chartering terms, the charterer has to pay for entire expenditures right from maintenance, crew salary, fuel, survey, port charges etc and all risks is in account of chartering company / charterer.


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Cargo Ship Open 23rd Jan 2014 at Haipong

Kindly advice suitable cargo for below cargo shipWe are pleased to invite cargo brokers, freight forwarders, shipping agents, ship brokers, sea freight brokers, handling agents to pps us with suitable cargo




MV TAN BINH 69OPEN HAIPHONG, VN 23RD JAN 2014

A port view of the Soviet HEAVY LIFT cargo shi...
A port view of the Soviet HEAVY LIFT cargo ship ANADYR underway. . (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
 
P&I WOE -  NK  CLASS - 
FLAG PANAMA
DWT 24,838  MT DW ON ABT 9.7 M DRAFT
BLT 6/1999 MIT  SHIKOKU D.Y , JAPAN
LOA 153.50  LBP 146.00 BEAM 26.20 DEPTH 13.30 M
GRT/ NRT 15,137 MT/ 8,906  MT 
4/4 HO/HA - CAPA GRAIN / BALE 32,341.10 / 31,386.90  CBM 
CRANES  4 X 30 MT ; 
HATCH NO1 . 20.25 x 12.80M; 
NO.2-4 : 20.25 x 17.60M
 
HATCH COVER MACGREGOR’S WEATHER TIGHT END FOLDING TYPE

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Cargo Ship Opens 31st Jan 2014 -INDIA-PG Range

Ship Brokers, Sea Freight Brokers Cargo Brokers, Freight Forwarding Services in India. Following cargo ship available for dry bulk cargo, kindly pps suitable cgo for the vsl


MV V.SeaOpen at PG- INDIA range 
ARD 31st Jan 2014  

English: Series of hatch covers on the deck of...
English: Series of hatch covers on the deck of a bulk carrier, the Zaira. Français : Suite de panneaux de cale sur le pont du vraquier Zaira. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
type: bulk carrier flag: vietnam
built year: 1998 where: japan
crane: 4 x 30mt
dwt (summer): 27,841 mt draft (summer): 9.67m
grt/nrt: 18108/10015
loa/bm/ depth: 169.03m/127m/13.8m
strength of ...: t.top: 13.5 mt/m2 deck: 3.5mt/m2 hatch cover: 2.5 mt/m2
h.cover of each hold
h.cover 1: 12.6x 18.4m
h.cover 2: 20.8 x 22.8 m
h.cover 3:20.8 x 22.8 m
h.cover 4:20.8 x 22.8 m
hcover 5: 19.2x 22.8 m
ho/ha : 05/05
type of hatch covers hydraulic
co2 fitted : yes
pni club: west of england
classification society(full member) : nkk vsl is fully itf fitted: yes holdwise grain/bale cubic metter: 36.254.64m3/ 34.92609 m3


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