43 articles about "ITT Industries"
The planned desal plant at Port Qasim is now back on track with a fresh developer team. It has been a long wait.
North American water equipment suppliers generally showed a positive trend in 2007. Skeletons in the cupboard took the shine off some stocks’ performance, however.
Lower energy costs and strict environmental regulations are helping to drive demand for ozone water treatment facilities, says Gord Cope. How much longer can the market sustain double-digit growth?
Over the past month, the Norwegian company has signed two desalination deals in Pakistan, with a combined capacity of over 100,000m<sup>3</sup>/d. It could be the start of something big.
* Italian multi-stage flash specialist Fisia Italimpianti enjoyed a stunning month in May, netting two projects – the Ras Abu Fontas A phase 1 in Qatar and the Jebel Ali M Station extension on the same day (see story p24).
* ITT Corporation intends to cease trading on the London Stock Exchange with effect from 14 May, due to low trading volumes. Global liquidity will be maintained through the company’s primary listing on the NYSE, and a secondary listing on Euronext.
The increasing number of water indices is reflective of the rising profile of the water industry as a whole. Why launch another one?
Christopher Gasson makes his predictions for the coming year.
Three municipalities are addressing local water shortages by introducing indirect potable water reuse systems. There is still some convincing to be done.
ITT Fluid Technology has been building a broad portfolio of water-related technologies. Now it wants to make the most of them, divisional president Hank Driesse tells Ian Elkins.