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If you transport material by truck/plane/boat, it is "cargo".

Is there a word that describes material that is being transported by machinery in an industrial setting, like in a pipeline / on a conveyor belt / in a bin or bucket? ("load"? "material"?)

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  • I can't think of a generic term for this.
    – Barmar
    Jun 23 at 2:15

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"Pipeline transport" can be used but specifically only for transporting a liquid/gas via pipes.

Being more generic, I would suggest "load" or "goods".

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I skimmed an article, "Understanding Conveyor Systems." It uses the following terms:

material(s)

product(s)

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  • But far too ballpark for a decent answer on a site aimed at linguists. Jun 23 at 9:39
  • @EdwinAshworth - this is technical language and I imagine OP would get better results from a group of engineers. Jun 23 at 20:28

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