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Alfa Laval Announces Contract Awards

Swedish company Alfa Laval, a major supplier of systems and equipment to the marine, power and oilfield industries, has announced a number of new contracts. The company will supply oil treatment systems and central cooling components for Carnival's two latest newbuildings under construction at Kvaerner. Alfa Laval will also reportedly supply Disney's two cruise ships with oil treatment systems, freshwater generators and central cooling systems. Similar supply contracts were signed for a drilling platform conversion and RoRo newbuild at Kvaerner Rosenberg, Norway, and Kvaerner-Govan, Scotland, respectively.

The company also contracted to supply components for two chemical tankers under construction at Union Naval de Levante, a ferry at Astilleros Espanoles' Puerto Real yard, and four container vessels under construction for Sea-Land Service Inc. at Japan's IHI.

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