Alfa Laval eyes LNG as next environmental bet

At Alfa Laval's Capital Markets Day this week, Peter Leifland, head of the company's Marine & Diesel Division, unveiled the Swedish supplier's next bet in the environmental field.

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The Swedish supplier to the shipping industry, Alfa Laval, is now ready for the next stage in the company's efforts to target environmental technology for the carriers, explained Peter Leifland, head of the company's Marine & Diesel Division, at Alfa Laval's Capital Markets Day in Copenhagen this week. He spoke to ShippingWatch about the company's next growth area.

As the sale of the company's ballast water management system improves, and regulations for ships' sulfur emissions in North Europe have come into force, Alfa Laval has set its sight on the next growth venture in which liquefied natural gas, LNG, is expected to be the next big market for the company, explains Peter Leifland.

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