Alfa Laval reports strong maritime order intake

Swedish supplier Alfa Laval saw its maritime business grow during the third quarter as fewer Covid-19 restrictions boosted the order intake.

Alfa Lavals topchef Tom Erixon. | Photo: Alfa Laval / PR

The gradual removal of travel restrictions in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic has led to more activity at Swedish Alfa Laval, where the maritime business is benefiting from increased shipbuilding activity at shipyards.

The Swedish supplier saw a total result of SEK 1.2 billion (USD 139 million) in the third quarter, according to its financial report released Tuesday.

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