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BIMCO Liquid Cargo Database updated

06 December 2021

The liquid cargo data set containing information on some 260 individual cargoes. Guidance has been updated and more cargo entries added.

BIMCO Liquid Cargo of the Month - Acrylic Acid

06 July 2022

The BIMCO Liquid Cargo database is intended for use by for shore-side staff and to some extent for newcomers on board tankers. It should only be used as a reference tool providing brief information regarding the approximately 270 of the commonly transported liquid cargoes including Acrylic Acid .

IMSBC Code webinar - Difficulties transporting solid bulk cargoes

20 December 2019

On 5th December 2019, BIMCO held a one-hour long webinar session on the IMSBC Code, highlighting the difficulties that shipowners encounter when they are transporting solid bulk cargoes, together with some BIMCO recommendations put forward that could help improve the situation.

Liquid cargo of the month – Molasses

04 October 2023

The BIMCO Liquid Cargo database is intended for use by for shore-side staff and to some extent for newcomers on board tankers and should only be used as a reference tool providing brief information regarding the about 310 of the commonly transported liquid cargoes including Molasses .

Asian gypsy moth season 2021 - be prepared!

06 May 2021

BIMCO provides up-to-date information on the Asian gypsy moth season (AGM) 2021. ** ASIAN GYPSY MOTH IS NOW KNOWN AS FLIGHTED SPONGY MOTH COMPLEX ** Not all countries have introduced the new name yet, but BIMCO has decided to standardise on Flighted Spongy Moth Complex, abbreviated to FSMC.

Charcoal - Upcoming IMDG Code regulations about to make major impact on whole supply chain

13 October 2023

Regulations governing the sea shipment of charcoal cargoes in packaged form under the International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code have been revised recently, pending official approval, at the International Maritime Organization's Sub-Committee for the Carriage of Cargoes and Containers (CCC) and its Editorial and Technical Group (E&T) meetings held from 20 September to 6 October 2023. This article provides the full details on what these changes are, their impact and when they will take effect.