A good class of general cargo vessel; I sailed on sister ships. Fenbank had a different type of hatch cover from the rest of the class, which I gather wasn't too good for stowage of containers. Anyone who sailed on her might be better placed to advise.
Fenbank and her slightly smaller sister Nessbank had Macgregor rolltite hatches covers. They were ok for containers but were genreally a bad design with metal to metal and lots of synthetic black grease to help them slide on the hatch coaming runner guide.
Fenbank later became the Venetico which I loaded with rails at Teesdock in 1990. I did my first trip as third mate on Nessbank in 1978.
Bank Line carried Indian/Bangledeshi crews who had their work cut out, but there were lots of them.
On the Gowanbank the Macgregor hatches were a menace,no matter how gentle we were with the winch they snagged,then out came the big bar.How I yearned for the wooden hatchboards of my previous ship the Olivebank!