The MV Smaragd (Danish for Emerald) Loading RDF In Limerick, The vessel arrived on the high water of the morning of May 28th commenced loading on arrival and will sail on the PM high water of the 29th. All under the full and careful attention of Mullock & Sons.
Mullock & Sons Stevedores discharging the MV Ferro's cargo of animal feed from Lillebonne France today. Foynes at the heart of the mid-west is one of the region’s main animal feed import locations primly located to feed the agriculture market in the area.
The MV Pex loading steel scrap for North Spain on Limerick Docks Long Wall, the vessel seen below berthing in adverse conditions, can be seen "cutting the wind" on approach to the berth. Then during loading a view of the cargo hold.
The MV Nordborg loading refuse derived fuel in Limerick dock, The cargo manufactured from municipal waste is used as fuel in Europe’s power stations. The cargo has become a major export product from Ireland in recent years.,
Two vessels loading on berths 1 & 2, The MV Arklow Rose(right), loading Steel Scrap, which happened to be the largest steel scrap cargo ever loaded in one day in Limerick, The MV IMI (left) Loading cement from the Irish Cement factory in limerick bound for the UK market, All under the full care and attention of Mullock & Sons Shipbrokers Ltd.