Alfa Laval's orderbook shrinks due to lower newbuild activity

The number of newbuilds on order is declining and this affects the order intake at Alfa Laval, which supplies equipment and pump systems to the maritime industry.

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A global drop in the number of newbuilds contributed to lowering the order book at Alfa Laval.

Alfa Laval received new orders for SEK 2.8 billion (USD 332 million) in the fourth quarter of 2020, which is a drop of SEK 3.8 billion compared to the corresponding quarter the year prior.

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