Dry Cargo Ships
No matter the shape, contents or special features of a dry cargo vessel, Bureau Veritas has the expertise to evaluate your ship’s design, and ensure its seaworthiness. Our aim: to ensure cargo of all sizes arrives safely at its destination.
Safety and stability for all types of cargo
Demand from owners for versatile, multi-purpose ships that maximize cargo capacity is higher than ever. Longevity and stability are top concerns, as the designs are complex (i.e., heavy cargo gear, multiple decks) with parts of the ship subject to high stress, fatigue, and potential mechanical damage.
Particular loading cases can also pose significant problems. When specialized cargo is carried, vessels may require customized analysis and certification to safeguard structure, stability and safety.
How we support you
From conception through construction and operation, Bureau Veritas analyzes and improves your dry cargo vessels. Our classification and value-add services, supported by industry-leading software, maximize capacity while ensuring structural integrity and stability.
ADDRESSING CYBER SECURITY
While greatly advancing dry cargo operations, intelligent data and real-time, connected equipment have also posed new challenges. Digitalization leaves ships prone to cyber attacks, particularly when the industry has not fully recognized the importance of implementing cyber security.
At Bureau Veritas, we understand that cyber security is integral to safety management in shipping and offshore operations. To provide leading cyber security services, we have leveraged our expertise in all areas of the maritime industry, from smartships and networks to telecommunications, ship design, and safety. Bureau Veritas clients operate more safely with our:
- Global network of cybersecurity experts to secure ship designs
- Cyber compliance, practical guidelines and detailed notations for ships in service and newbuilds
- Leading regulation compliance for BIMCO, IACS, ICS, IMO, OCIMF, Flag administration and more