Alfa Laval joins effort to develop zero-emission vessel

Swedish supplier Alfa Laval is the latest member of the Getting to Zero Coalition, which aims to develop CO2-neutral vessels before 2030.

Photo: Finn Frandsen

Engine manufacturer Alfa Laval joins the now roughly 100 companies and organizations that are part of the Getting to Zero Coalition, whose target is to develop a zero-emission vessel before 2030.

"Just as marine business spans the world, we must partner across the industry to tackle the global problem of greenhouse gas emissions," says President of Alfa Laval's Marine Division Sameer Kalra in a press release announcing the decision.

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