Sulzer Q1 orders up 14 pct, sees trend continuing


ZURICH, April 26 (Reuters) - Sulzer saw a 14 percent rise in first-quarter orders to 548 million Swiss francs ($418 million), the Swiss machinery and services firm said on Monday, forecasting the uptrend would continue this year. The maker of machines and production systems for the aerospace, water and energy industries said that adjusted for currency and acquisitions effects, orders were up nine percent.

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