Indian Chemical Company to Use German Designed Bulkers to Transport Cargoes

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21 Aug 2012 09:47 Valerie Rose

CHEMMONITOR.COM – The Indian chemical company headquartered in Mumbai, Tata Chemicals Limited, will use Lupa bulkers while transporting soda ash. These German designed bulkers will allow the company to diminish CO2 emissions while delivering unpackaged bulk cargoes. It will make the whole process environmentally friendly and automatic.

The producer is already utilizing the bulker at its synthetic soda ash plant at Mithapur site (India). A bulker’s capacity totals roughly 25 tonnes, and it is able to carry around 2.9 million plastic bags annually.

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