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Are you curious?

Are you curious?

At Alfa Laval, we always go that extra mile to overcome the toughest challenges. Our driving force is to accelerate success for our customers, people and planet. You can only do that by having dedicated people with a curious mind. Curiosity is the spark behind great ideas. And great ideas drive progress.

In the vacancy section you find opportunities for curious minds to have a lasting impact on some of the planet’s most urgent problems. 

Advancing better. With Alfa Laval.


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Meet our curious minds:

”I continuously find new

Meet Camilla Arvidsson
Marketing & Product Management

”Super nice!”

Meet Manal Mohamed Abdeslam
Human Resources

”Be brave!”

Meet Jay Jeong
Refinery Market Manager

”Proving customer value”

Meet Jonathan Molander

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"We contribute to our agile transformation!"

Meet our Automation team

"You create your own success"

Madeleine Gilborne, Sustainability Specialist

"Have an open mind to learn new things"

Gurudatt Bhat, IT Specialist

”I’m saving the world!”

Meet Eva Andersson, Senior Specialist Refinery processes


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Our solutions

Making sea water more refreshing to marine wildlife

Microplastics constitute a serious threat to our oceans and seas. They take hundreds of years to degrade and can cause long-term harm to a variety of marine organisms. And we all swallow pieces of microplastic when we drink water. Enter Alfa Laval. In a current project, we are showing that it is possible to turn the tide. We have managed to filter out microplastics down to 0.0002 mm thanks to our membrane bioreactors installed in a wastewater plant. Good news, no matter whether you live in water or need water to live.

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Meet Jessica Bengtsson, one of our curious minds

Meet our curious mind Jessica Bengtsson, specialist in the membrane and water filtration solution. She was part of the Roskilde Fjord pilot project where Alfa Laval membranes were given the National Energy Globe Award for its excellent results.


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Taking a different view on tomorrow’s food

There is a growing need for high-quality protein. However, our planet is running out of agricultural land and the number of humans is accelerating. This is a tough equation to solve. Enter Alfa Laval. Insect farming might present an answer. The larvae of the black soldier fly grow quickly and can be harvested within weeks. Thanks to Alfa Laval’s technologies, these small insects can be processed into foodstuff. 90 percent less space and feed are required compared to conventional farming. So, the black soldier fly really is in focus. It is creating a buzz when it comes to dealing with one of our biggest problems. 

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Meet Sumit Pingle, one of our curious minds

Meet our curious mind Sumit Pingle, who has many years of experience from working with different protein sources and process solutions. According to him, Alfa Laval’s extensive know-how from more than 50 years in the business, and the fact that all Alfa Laval’s core products are needed in the process solution have made the company a significant and well-known partner to the industry.

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Taking guidance to navigate sustainably

The main priority for a captain of a merchant ship is the safe transportation of cargo from A to B.  But equally important is complying with stringent regulations on exhaust gas emissions and water discharge. Being out of compliance may lead to heavy fines and costly delays. Thanks to our connected equipment on board and our data cloud above, more than 500 datapoints can be collected continuously from the ship. When a critical alarm is triggered or a system failure is detected, the captain and the crew are immediately alerted. They are remotely supported by Alfa Laval with immediate action. It is like having a guardian angel that enables sailing with a clean conscience.

This is just one example of how we are overcoming the toughest challenges. Curiosity is the spark behind great ideas. And great ideas drive progress.

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Turning industrial waste heat into cosy comfort

Today, some 50,000,000,000 watts are lost in industrial processes, much in the form of waste heat. But why let this enormous amount of energy just disappear into the open air? By installing our high-capacity plate heat exchangers, surplus heat from processes can effectively be absorbed and made useful. For example, as district heating. Creating a comfort zone not only for indoor lovers, but also for our atmosphere since this reduces carbon dioxide emissions by 150 million tons every year.

This is just one example of how we are overcoming the toughest challenges. Curiosity is the spark behind great ideas. And great ideas drive progress.

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Meet Julien Gennetier, one of our curious minds

Meet our curious mind Julien Gennetier, talking about how he contributes to that Alfa Laval have a positive impact on customers, people and planet, by improving energy efficiency.

Preserving solar energy to brighten up a gloomy day

Solar and wind energy is the future. There is only one big problem: when the sun is not shining or the wind does not blow, no power is generated. Unless the energy can be stored effectively. Enter Alfa Laval. As part-owner of a new company, Alfa Laval is active to make this utopian dream come true. Electrical energy from solar and wind plants is converted into thermal energy via our unique and specially-designed heat exchangers. The heat is then stored and preserved in gigantic bays of molten salt, waiting to be awakened and converted back into electricity when needed in the grid. So, even for greyish days the forecast looks bright.

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Meet our curious minds Emma Karlsson Lindbo & Mattias Norén

Our curious minds Emma and Mattias, talking about their cooperation together and how their curiosity contribute to their teamwork and success.

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Read Here No 37 in a clickable version with links

Innovative food processing to turn bugs to burgers, or new technology to store renewable energy are only two examples of articles in the new edition of HERE magazine. The articles illustrate what we mean by responsible growth, providing solutions that benefit both people and planet. HERE won the Swedish Publishing Prize in 2019.

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