25 articles about "General Electric/Osmonics"
Membrane technology is revolutionising the water and wastewater treatment sector. John Kolodziejski investigates what is driving the industry.
The shortlist for the 2005 Global Water Awards has been announced. 22 companies have something to talk about.
GE’s acquisition of Ionics is a challenge for the industry’s leaders.
GWI’s water pricing survey is an opportunity to estimate the size of the global water market by end user spend. Is half a trillion big enough?
RO has a good future in the Middle East. Finding the right partner to exploit the market’s potential will be a vital step forward.
The curtain has fallen on Bechtel and Edison’s joint venture to take water to the world. The world has moved on.
The NYSE-quoted company wants to be an unregulated water utility rather than an equipment supplier. Will this make it too attractive to its new competitors?
When Veolia decided to sell the bulk of US Filter to Siemens, the rump of the business needed a new strategy. COO Joe Burgess tells GWI the plan.
The M&A scene in America is changing. Diversified industrials and private equity are the new buyers while valuations have become more realistic following the high point of the late 1990s, says Steve Maxwell*.
Siemens’ $993 million acquisition of US Filter’s systems and services businesses brings another heavyweight industrial into the water equipment market to compete alongside ITT and GE.