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February 2016 - All modern bulk carriers are fitted with some form of ventilation, either natural or mechanical, which can be used to minimise the formation of sweat.
Ventilation can also be used for the removal of taint, fumigate gases, or other gases as directed by the shipper. The London P&I Club publication LP Focus addresses issues related to bulk carrier ventilation.Download the publication HERE