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Alfa Laval Acquires Full Ownership in Biodiesel Technology Company

3:38 AM MDT | August 13, 2010 | Natasha Alperowicz

Alfa Laval (Lund, Sweden) says it has acquired the shares it did not already own in Ageratec (Norrköping, Sweden), a biodiesel technology company. The acquisition will strengthen Alfa Laval's overall position in the biodiesel industry. The main synergies are between Alfa Laval's pre-treatment process technologies developed for biodiesel and Ageratec's skid-mounted turnkey biodiesel plants. Ageratec provides technologies for modular biodiesel plants ranging in capacities from 2,000 liters/day to 340,000 liters/day. Feedstock for the plants include fats and...

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