Bulk Carriers (AKA Bulkers) transport mass quantities of dry bulk cargo to maximize capacity, efficiency and overall cost. Take for example, shipping loaves of bread in a regular trailer as opposed to only grain in a bulker – incomparable. However, that’s what make these carriers ideal for their specific purpose: shipping mass quantities of unpackaged bulk cargo.
Typical bulkers are designed for grains and granular fertilizers but these can also handle sands and oil materials! With a lead unit capacity of 1,435 cu ft. and 1,555 cu ft. in the rear, these units provide the quantity and quality you require to safely transport your goods.