78 articles about "Berlinwasser"
The sale of Berlinwasser International seems to be more distant than ever. The company’s consultancy business could provide a new strategic direction.
Saudi Arabia is looking for expertise rather than money. It has proved an interesting proposition for outward-looking municipal utilities.
* Having shown Berlinwasser International the cold shoulder, Marubeni is now considering expanding its activities in Latin America.
A new report emphasises German water companies’ lack of competitive ability when it comes to winning international contracts. Not everyone is convinced.
Just as it seemed the Japanese would re-energise the international ambitions of Germany’s leading water utility, the Marubeni – BWI deal seems to have cooled off. What has gone wrong?
In his annual review of the international private water industry, David Lloyd Owen finds a proliferation of smaller deals, but still some big disappointments.
Brazil\'s utilities can learn a lot from Caesb about service provision. Now it is looking into new territories.
The German water company is also looking at ways of developing desalination expertise. China and Eastern Europe will remain the core market, however.
A new GWI report on the Asia Pacific water and wastewater market highlights the opportunities and threats the region presents to international water industry companies. Its authors, Olivia Jensen and Frederic Blanc-Brude, preview its contents.
* GWI went to press as we were still waiting for confirmation of the financial close of the $2.5 billion Shoaiba IWPP project in Saudi Arabia.