Alfa Laval projects even bigger market for ballast water systems

Alfa Laval's Marine Division increases its expectations for the market for ballast water management systems by almost 30 percent over the next eight years, says the company at its capital markets day Tuesday.

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They may have had to wait for it a long time, and perhaps they saw the market pushed back a couple of years. But Alfa Laval's faith in the sale of ballast water management systems is now so strong that the Swedish manufacturer upgrades its expectations for the combined market in the next eight years, according to an investor presentation held Tuesday in Copenhagen.

"For ballast water treatment, the market potential is upped to approximately EUR 9 billion from the previously expected EUR 7 billion over the period 2018-2026," says the company in a press release.

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