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.

Tom Erixon is CEO of Alfa Laval, which expects to be hit by the downturn in the global economy in the second quarter. | Photo: Alfa Laval / PR

Sweden's Alfa Laval continues to see a big decrease in its sales of scrubbers.

Where the sale of ballast water management systems remained at "a high level" in the first quarter, demand for scrubbers went down following a decreasing oil price in the period.

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