Alfa Laval signs up MSC on ballast water

Swiss Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) has picked Alfa Laval as supplier of ballast water treatment systems. The company expects orders for around USD 30 million ahead of July 2016.

Container carrier MSC has signed a deal with Sweden's Alfa Laval, which will supply ballast water treatment systems for the carrier ahead of July 2016. According to Alfa Laval, the deal will result in orders for around USD 30 million in the period until July 2016, where Alfa Laval in collaboration with Wallenius Water will retrofit container ships from MSC's fleet.

"This is an exciting opportunity to further strengthen our relationship with a leading company in the marine industry," says Alfa Laval CEO Lars Renström (photo).

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