Alfa Laval to supply up to 80 ballast water treatment systems in new deal

Sweden's Alfa Laval just secured a new deal involving 40 ballast water treatment systems, with the option to expand by another 40 at a later stage.

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Equipment manufacturer Alfa Laval lands a new deal to supply 40 ballast water treatment systems with an option for another 40.

The deal is a so-called framework agreement that will run for three years, writes Swedish Alfa Laval in a press statement.

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