Siemens Water Technologies

50 articles about "Siemens Water Technologies "

The ex-conglomerates’ club Vol 16, Issue 5 (May 2015)

Christopher Gasson speculates on the water industry’s next mega-merger.

Chart of the month - Mergers and acquisition activity in the global water sector (2000-2014) Vol 16, Issue 1 (January 2015)

This month’s chart documents the fact that mergers and acquisition activity in the global water sector fared little better in 2014 than it did in 2013.

SUMMER SALES Vol 15, Issue 5 (May 2014)

Salini Impregilo has put its Fisia Italimpianti unit on the block.

CHUCKING IT IN Vol 15, Issue 5 (May 2014)

USFilter veteran Chuck Gordon has taken over as interim CEO at Aegion, after the incumbent, Joe Burgess, stepped down suddenly.

SPOONED OUT Vol 15, Issue 3 (March 2014)

Evoqua and former Siemens Water Technologies CEO Lukas Loeffler has been replaced by Gary Cappeline, who is an operating partner at Evoqua’s new owner AEA.

Recovering from a low point Vol 15, Issue 3 (March 2014)

The ultrafiltration and microfiltration market has had an unexpectedly tough time over the past four years. Fortunately things are now starting to look up, according to a new report from Global Water Intelligence.

CHART OF THE MONTH - Recent merger and acquisition activity in the global water sector Vol 15, Issue 1 (January 2014)

2013 will long be remembered as the year when M&A in the water sector simply curled up and died.

FILTERING THE EVIDENCE Vol 14, Issue 11 (November 2013)

Shares in Nuverra Environmental Solutions fell 31% after the publication of the company’s third-quarter results showed a weakening performance in the core oil field water management operations, as well as a $233.1 million asset write-down.

Smashing silos is good for us all Vol 14, Issue 11 (November 2013)

Debra Coy urges the demise of the “silo mentality” in the water industry.

DIFFICULT SALES Vol 14, Issue 10 (October 2013)

Hats off to Siemens Water Technologies’ CEO Lukas Loeffler, after he reportedly managed to pull off the seemingly impossible task of selling the business for a good price.