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Players test "vital shortcut to carbon-neutral shipping"

Alfa Laval has joined forces with several partners in efforts to make a regular marine engine operate on methanol rather than diesel without any adjustments. If successful, it could be a vital shortcut to carbon-neutral shipping.

Alfa Laval's order book shrinks

Maritime supplier Alfa Laval received fewer orders in the latest quarter compared to the same period last year. But things have improved since earlier this year, writes the company.

Ammonia could fuel a third of the global fleet

It is realistic that a third of the world's merchant fleet will sail on ammonia in the future, assesses a report by shipping company Hafnia together with Alfa Laval, Vestas, Siemens Gamesa and Haldor Topsøe. 120 ports already have the necessary facilities.

Alfa Laval's scrubber sales continue to fall

Scrubber sales continued to go down for Alfa Laval in the first quarter. After an overall "stable" financial development in the first quarter, the supplier now expects to be impacted negatively by the coronavirus crisis and a slowdown in the global economy.

Alfa Laval to cut costs by over USD 100 million

Sweden's Alfa Laval aims to lower its costs as a direct consequence of the effects of the coronavirus. Over a 12-month period, the company must find ways to reduce costs by more than SEK 1 billion.

Alfa Laval sees major drop in scrubber orders

Swedish Alfa Laval saw a significant drop in orders for the company's scrubber systems in the third quarter. Conversely, sales of another type of environmental system are more positive.

Wärtsilä also reports decline in scrubber orders

Shipping companies' demand for scrubbers seems to have peaked. Major supplier Wärtsilä reports a decline in scrubber orders in the first half of the year. Wednesday, supplier Alfa Laval reported a similar trend.

Alfa Laval sells fewer scrubbers

The number of new orders for Alfa Laval's scrubbers declined significantly in the second quarter. Uncertainty regarding prices and fuel availability are factors behind the slump. The Swedish supplier maintains its confidence in the market, however.

Alfa Laval's customers favor open-loop scrubbers

The open-loop scrubbers, which are being criticized for emitting sulfur and particles into the water, are the most popular ones among shipowners, the head of Alfa Laval's marine division tells ShippingWatch.

Significant growth in marine orders at Alfa Laval

Requirements for sulfur and ballast water have created major growth in Alfa Laval's order books in the third quarter. The demand forecast for the Swedish supplier's whole business will be upgraded, according to CEO Tom Erixon.

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