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December 2023

The Winter 2023 issue of Dry Bulk begins with an examination of the evolving landscape of the Asian dry bulk market. The issue them moves on to cover a range of topics, including: Crushing & Grinding, Conveying, Shiploading & Unloading, Marine Paints & Coatings, and more.

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The Evolving Landscape Of Asian Dry Bulk
Sudip Saha, Future Market Insights, examines the evolving landscape of the Asian dry bulk market and its relevance to the wider global marketplace.

Rock ‘N’ Rollers
Guillaume Elias, Bedeschi, provides details on a sizer and double roller crusher system developed to handle sticky and moist materials.

Crushing It!
Dusty Jacobson and Stuart Baillie, Metso, outline what to consider when it comes to choosing, maintaining, and further optimising a crushing operation over time.

Precise Powder Milling
Chris Jones, Palamatic Process, reviews the different equipment types used to ensure the efficient reduction of oversized particles and agglomerations.

Mission Against Emissions

Daniel Marshall, Martin Engineering, explores the cost of spillages around conveyor belts and reveals how they can be avoided, thus reducing waste and preventing health and safety hazards.

Loading Up A Storm
Petar Karaivanov, SAMSON, discusses the importance of adaptability and minimised environmental impact in the modern bulk handing sector.

Dealing With Dust
Alan Walton, Flexicon, discusses the challenges of the bulk bag handling process a graphite plant, taking into consideration dust control and fill-weight accuracy.

Cutting Carbon Through Coatings
Hirokazu Kaji, Nippon Paint Marine, explains how hull coatings can help dry bulk carriers reduce the impact of carbon emissions in 2024.

Jumbo Bags With Jumbo Claims
Ian Barr, London P&I Club, investigates an increase in claims regarding spillages involving bagged cargoes on bulk carriers, particularly when different cargo types are stored together.

The Last Word
Mads Wacher Kjaergaard, BIMCO, explains how the time might finally be right for electronic bills of lading (eBLs) to become mainstream in the dry bulk sector.

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