Alfa Laval notes higher activity in second quarter

Swedish Alfa Laval exit the second quarter with a dense orderbook, where several orders for vessels in the industry have helped boost the Swedish supplier of environmental system and pumps.

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Alfa Laval added more work to its orderbook in the second quarter of the year, which saw the bottom line shrink.

The Swedish supplier of ballast water treatment systems and pumps for vessels secured new orders for a total of SEK 12.1 billion (USD 1.4 billion) against SEK 9.7 billion in the second quarter of 2020.

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