157 articles about "Siemens"
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.
Ecological Management Foundation chairman Allerd Stikker argues that the institutions and NGOs concerned with the world’s water challenges should take desalination more seriously.
Dow is betting that it won’t need to build plants to sell UF membranes. GE and Siemens are not so sure.
* Siemens announced that it had acquired 70% of Chinese systems integrator (see p18) CNC.
Buying China's leader in water reuse is the first major step Siemens Water Technologies has taken outside the US. Was it worth waiting for?
The Austrian water technology company has spent an unhealthy amount of time up for sale. Fortunately, it has not been wasted.
Former US Filter CEO Andy Seidel analyses where Siemens have got things right.
Gord Cope looks at why emergency water supply to power stations and other industrial plants has become such a key market for GE and Siemens.
After two years in German hands, the US water treatment group is in better shape than ever. Laura Bridgewater investigates.
Buying a Chinese UF membrane manufacturer puts the chemical company against the likes of GE and Siemens. Whoever wins will redefine the structure of the US water market.