Alfa Laval appoints new CEO

Lars Renström will step down as CEO of Swedish supplier Alfa Laval next year after heading the company for more than ten years. The company has now found his successor.

Test center, Alfa Laval, Aalborg, Denmark

Alfa Laval will bid farewell to its CEO in April next year when Lars Renström (photo) turns 65 and retires after serving close to 12 years as Chief Executive of the major Swedish supplier.

The company, whose products include scrubbers, ballast water treatment systems and pumps for shipping and offshore, has now found his replacement, informs the board of directors in a press release on Tuesday.

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