Liquefying Bulk Cargoes
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The carriage of bulk cargoes that may liquefy is a risk to both ships and life of seafarers alike.  This section provides information and guidance on cargoes that are known to liquefy as per the IMO's International Maritime Solid Bulk Cargoes (IMSBC) Code.  We recommend that Members review this information and contact the Managers for any further guidance should there be questions on the carriage of these cargoes.

Club Circulars and Alerts on Cargoes That May Liquefy

The following is a list of Club Circulars and Alerts providing information and guidance on the risks of bulk cargoes that are prone to liquefaction:

Club Presentations on Cargoes That May Liquefy

E-Learning Tool on IMSBC Code

Members are encouraged to use the Club's e-Leaning training tool, International Maritime Solid Bulk Cargoes (IMSBC), Code that provides guidance on the compliance with the Code. Members not already registered to access the Club's e-Learning training tools can do so by following the instructions found here. These tools are free of charge to Members.