Alfa Laval's marine business saw increase in orders during Q2

Swedish supplier Alfa Laval saw progress in its maritime business in the second quarter, during which the amount of orders increased. Number of cancelled orders is growing in the wake of sanctions against Russia.

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Swedish producer of pumps and ballast water systems for the maritime industry Alfa Laval saw strong demand for the majority of its products contributing to an increase in the number of incoming orders in the second quarter.

Order intake soared to SEK 4.9m (USD 437m) in Q2 from SEK 4m in same period last year, according to the Q2 report.

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