Richard J. Tobin
President & Chief Executive Officer at Dover
Okay. I'm on Slide 9. This slide includes our current view of demand outlook, operational environment and margin drivers for the remainder of 2022 buy-in. We expect top line in Engineered Products to remain robust based on solid backlogs and sustained strong bookings. Vehicle services continue to ship against a record high demand driven by new vehicle service facility builds, replacement of service equipment, growth in wheel aligners as well as shared gains. Orders for refuse trucks and software solutions are robust with new order rates pushing well into the second half of the year. Momentum in Industrial Automation remained strong, particularly in China and within automotive industrial winches continue to recover with notable strength in natural resources and energy. And aerospace and defense will remain muted in Q2 on order timing but should accelerate in the second half.
As expected, price-cost was negative in the first quarter in the segment, but we expect it to flip positive in the second quarter as several rounds of price increases cycle through backlogs. We have also introduced other mechanisms to dampen the impact of commodity cost volatility in our capital equipment businesses. All in, we expect margins to improve sequentially as the year progresses. We expect clean energy and fueling to post robust growth for the full year as solid growth in below ground, fuel transport, vehicle wash and software solutions coupled with our acquisitions in clean energy and components, which are off to a strong start, should more than offset the roll off of EMV demand. Excluding the $45 million of incremental deal-related amortization expenses in 2022, of which approximately $20 million were incurred in Q1, we expect full year margins to improve on volume and mix. Demand conditions in Imaging & ID are expected to remain solid as component shortages in core marking and coding subside. Serialization and brand protection software should contribute positively to robust bookings and backlog. Digital textile printing is recovering. We expect margin in this segment to be stable. Order trends in Pumps and Process Solutions remain robust for much of the segment. Activity in industrial pumps and polymer processing is solid and precision components continue its upward trajectory aided by increasing activity at refineries and petrochemical plants and a recent uptick in orders for OEM gas compressor new builds.
Our biopharma business remains strong but likely lumpy intra-year from a demand perspective as our customers transition from COVID mNRA vaccine production to alternative therapies. Subject to year-to-year shifts in mix, we expect a 30% plus margin in this segment as the new normal going forward. We expect climate and sustainability technologies to post double-digit organic growth this year, driven by its large backlog and sustained order rates. New orders in core food retail businesses have been healthy across product segments. Our case business within Food Retail is now booking into 2023. Our heat exchanger business is positioned well on strong order rates across all geographies and end markets and Belvac packaging equipment business continues to work through its record backlog. They are also booked for 2022 and are taking orders for 2023. Q2 and Q3 are seasonally strongest quarters for volumes and margins in the segment, we expect margins to improve significantly in 2022 on improved volume leverage, positive price cost dynamics and normalizing supply chain.
Okay, here we go. This is the new Slide and I'm going to attempt to provide some clarity on bookings and backlog by segment since this subject has been actively debated and I can see it continues to be this morning. First, total backlog is up 50% year-over-year with double-digit growth across all segments despite robust revenue performance in the last 12 months. All segments also posted sequential growth in backlog during Q1.
Next, our book-to-bill in Q1 was 1.1 with all five segments above one despite 9% organic revenue growth in the quarter. This is a very good picture. Top line visibility is a great thing from an operational and planning perspective and it's important pillar of our full year guidance. Intuitively, we would not expect these elevated order rates and advanced ordering patterns to persist, especially in the short-cycle portion of our portfolio as supply chains improve. But we see two factors influencing current order patterns. First, it's reasonable to assume that customers who expect persistent inflation will continue advance ordering to lock in favorable -- in the attempt to lock in favorable pricing. And second, customers expecting robust demand in 2023 will remain cautious on supply chain stability, want to ensure supply.
As you can imagine, we spent a lot of time on this topic, and at present do not have a conclusive view despite booking into 2023 in long cycle capex driven portions of the portfolio. So, we will just have to adapt accordingly and keep a keen eye on working capital as the year progresses. I would however caution that we need to be careful about drawing definitive conclusions on changes in comparative order rates or backlogs. The scale of our typical operating company gives us significant flexibility to adapt to changes in the demand environment and we manage them all uniquely based on the operating model, business cycle and competitive stack, I'm absolutely confident that we have the tools to maximize profitability to the upside scenario and to protect it on the downside as we have proved in 2020 and 2021.
Dover's portfolio has significant diversification from a product and end-market exposure perspective, many of which we believe have secular growth tailwinds, and as such, despite the ongoing macro and geopolitical challenges at present, we are continuing to invest organically behind areas of strength.
Moving to Slide 11, again we're reaffirming full-year guidance for the year. And let's move on to Q&A.