Cargo banned by general cargo workers for some reason. This ban could be because the cargo is dangerous or hazardous to health.



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LOAD LINE REGULATIONS

Regulations concerning the stowage, lashing, and securing of timber deck cargoes aboard general cargo vessels.

GENERAL CARGO

Non-bulk cargo. The cargo may be of various kinds

CARGO SHIP

Any sort of ship or vessel that carries cargo, goods, and materials from one port to another, including general cargo ships (designed to carry break bulk cargo), bulk carriers, container ships, multipurpose vessels, and tankers. Tankers, however, although technically cargo ships, are routinely thought of as constituting a completely separate category.

FREIGHTERS

Breakbulk vessels both refrigerated and unrefrigerated, containerships, partial containerships, roll-on/roll-off vessels, and barge carriers. A general cargo vessel designed to carry heterogeneous mark and count cargoes.

BREAKBULK CARGO

Non-containerized general cargo stored in boxes, bales, pallets or other units to be loaded onto or discharged from ships or other forms of transportation. (See al

BREAK BULK CARGO

Goods that must be loaded aboard a ship individually, and not in intermodal containers or in bulk, carried by a general cargo ship.

CARGO BATTENS

Strips of wood fitted inside the frames to keep cargo away from hull steelwork. Also called sparring

CAPACITY PLAN

A plan outlining the spaces available for fuel, cargo, ballast, fresh water, etc, with guides on weight and volume for spaces at various drafts and displacements

BROKEN STORAGE

The spaces between and around cargo packages, including dunnage, and spaces not usable because of structural interference.

COMBI

Vessel designed for a combination of passengers, and different types of cargo.

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