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Bulk carrier The term 'Bulk carrier ' as it applies to the area of agriculture can be defined as ' Refers to two types of cargo ships: the dry-bulk carrier and the liquid-bulk carrier, better known as a tanker. Bulk cargo is a shipment such as oil, grain, or ore, that is not packaged, baled, bottled, or otherwise packed and is loaded without counting or marking'.
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