Here magazine 33
THEME: Feed the world
Never have so many people around the world enjoyed affluent lifestyles, yet never have so many gone hungry. Making food production safer and more efficient, and ensuring greater access to nutrition, are critical in an era of explosive population growth and rapid urbanization. Feeding all existing mouths — let alone the projected 9.6 billion by 2050 — is a true global test.
Sail of the century
A major extension of Alfa Laval’s product offering to the marine and offshore industries is in the pipeline after the successfully completed acquisition of Norwegian marine and offshore pumping system specialist Frank Mohn AS and the Framo brand.
A homegrown solution?
By using coal to produce high quality fuel, ICTL technology can potentially help end China’s dependency on oil and improve energy security.
Flushed with success
With water scarcity increasing globally, greater efforts are being made to find ways of reusing municipal and industrial wastewater, such as for irrigation and industrial processes. In fact the technology is so advanced that it can even make wastewater drinkable.
It takes its name from Greek mythology and its ability to withstand corrosive media is itself legendary. Now Alfa Laval is using the exotic metal tantalum in a new and cutting-edge range of heat exchangers.
Tour de force
Every year nearly 10 million people visit the Louvre in Paris to marvel at iconic works of art such as the Mona Lisa and Venus de Milo. What they don’t see is the elaborate cooling system that ensures these priceless masterpieces can be enjoyed in comfort.
Montreal's power play
By switching to Alfa Laval separators, the City of Montreal has improved the safety of its urban ice rinks’ refrigeration systems. And the benefits don’t stop there.
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..brings you the latest insights, analysis and inspiration from the world of Alfa Laval — and beyond. With a focus on how processes can be improved to save energy and protect the environment, Here explores global and local challenges and the innovations and solutions that can address them.
Eva SchillerPR Manager