Malt: Barley or other grains steeped in water until it germinates when it is dried in a kiln and used in the brewing or distilling processes, being shipped generally in small bagged quantities.
Mustard: Most of the World’s commercial mustard is grown in Canada. Its seed used in the preparation of a wide range of food products, including salad cream and sauces as well as mustards themselves.
Oats: A light stowing grain, particularly hardy and thus widespread, exported largely from Australia and the northern parts of Europe and America.
Pollards: Middlings -A mixture of branana meal liable to heat and to sweat, thus requiring good ventilation and dry stowage. Commonly pelletised in which form. Pollards have a particularly high moisture content when compared with other pelletised grain cargoes. Sometimes referred to as middlings, part of ground grain.
- Malt Bulk Stowage Factor 54/56
- Malt Bagged Stowage Factor 56/58
- Malt (Australian) Bagged Stowage Factor 85/90
- Oats – Clipped Bulk Stowage Factor 48/62
- Oats – Clipped Bagged Stowage Factor 64/72
- Oats – Unclipped Bulk Stowage Factor 71/77
- Oats – Unclipped Bagged Stowage Factor 83/85
- Pollards Bagged Stowage Factor 70/90