Grain screening pellets

These are animal feed pelletised products with colour ranging from brown to yellow and are intermediate process by-products derived from dockage that is removed from grains. Screenings mean dockage that has been removed from grain and which does not qualify for any other grain grades. Screenings varies in quality depending on the level of parent and volunteer grain material, broken or shrunken kernels, hulls, weed seeds, chaff, dust and other plant material. Bulk density: 478-719 kg/m3. Cargo is stored inside before shipment. Please see section on "IMO Classification" for mandatory application of the materials under this cargo entry .
Trade Names (Synonyms)

Canadian Ground and Pelleted Screenings - Canadian Ground and Pelleted Grain Screenings - GSP - GSPs


If you are a member, please login using the orange button at the top of the page to view the full article, or register.

If you are unsure of your membership, wish to change your membership status, or wish to become a member please contact


Got a question or some feedback?

Contact Maritime Information

In order to ensure that the BIMCO cargo database contains updated information as far as possible, we welcome any feedback in the form of comments, response or current information or data regarding a specific cargo.

Email them

IMSBC Code webinar

BIMCO's Ai Cheng Foo presents the IMSBC Code, potential pitfalls and use.

IMSBC Code webinar

A one-hour long webinar session on the IMSBC Code, highlighting two very relevant issues for members; i.e. on “How to carry bulk cargoes safely – a shared risk?” and “ What is it – identifying cargo hazards under the IMSBC Code”.

Latest Related News

View All News


Chartering help & advice

This section contains a comprehensive source of information and guidance on chartering related matters. You will find invaluable information on many aspects of chartering distilled from our many years’ experience on advising members.