Alfa Laval PureSOx is the market-leading system for competitive compliance with the global sulphur cap, and in Emission Control Areas.

DHT Holdings is the latest large tanker owner to take the plunge on retrofitting Alfa Laval scrubbers to 12 very large crude carriers (VLCCs) to meet the requirements of the International Maritime Organization's (IMO) 0.5% sulphur cap global from 2020.

The Grimaldi Group is increasing its commitment to the use of scrubbers, announcing it will be using Alfa Laval PureSOx scrubber connectivity on five vessels operated by its Atlantic Container Line (ACL) unit.

Alfa Laval PureSOx is the market-leading system for competitive compliance with the global sulphur cap, and in Emission Control Areas.

Alfa Laval has scored two fleet deals with Polsteam and Nova Ship Tech fitting its ballast water treatment asystem (BWTS) to over 90 vessels.

Alfa Laval is taking concrete steps to make connectivity a reality. A new connectivity programme for Alfa Laval PureSOx scrubbers will bring customers simpler and even more reliable SOx compliance.

Alfa Laval is taking concrete steps to make connectivity a reality. A new connectivity programme for Alfa Laval PureSOx scrubbers will bring customers simpler and even more reliable SOx compliance.

Last year’s clarification of US Coast Guard (USCG) policy shows that care is needed when choosing a ballast water treatment system. Together with the upcoming entry into force of revised IMO G8 requirements, it demands that ship owners look further ahead to be certain of long-term compliance.

Recent market developments show a shift in thinking when it comes to ballast water treatment systems for tankers and other large vessels. Today more and more ship owners see advantages in choosing UV ballast water treatment over electrochlorination for large flows, even with respect to power consumption and footprint.

Recent clarifications of US Coast Guard policy show that care is needed when choosing a ballast water treatment system. For long-term compliance, the choice of supplier can be as important as the choice of the system itself.

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