The carriage of seed cake cargoes under the IMSBC Code 2020 Edition
Commodities such as soya bean meal, sunflower seed pellets, palm kernel expellers, and others have been shipped for many years in large volumes. These are the solid residues left behind when oil is removed from oil-bearing seeds. The amount of residual oil in these materials varies substantially depending on the technology used to extract the oil. Like all agricultural commodities these materials have inherent moisture. They are used as ingredients in animal feed materials.
in this article, Brookes Bell take a deep look at the carriage of seed cake under the IMSBC Code 2020 Edition. For further information, do not hesitate to get in touch with the UK Club loss prevention department or your usual Club contact.
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