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The bottoming out of key end markets – and a greater focus on margin improvement – ensured a strong outperformance for many water equipment stocks last year. Who will the winners be in 2013?
Siemens is to sell its Water Technologies division after seven years of trying to make the business fit the German group’s world view.
Siemens Water Technologies has spent the past two years rationalising its multiple operating units into a coherent and profitable group, according to CEO Lukas Loeffler. The parent company thinks it is now time to sell.
Christopher Gasson argues that a private equity sale is the most likely outcome, but it is not going to be an easy sell.
Siemens Water CEO Lukas Loeffler spelled out a little more of the company’s strategy as it continues to restructure its portfolio
The water division of the German industrial giant has been slimming down through asset sales. Its CEO insists that the repositioning will drive growth.
* Officials at United Water have denied environmental criminal charges filed against it over a former contract in Gary, Indiana, where United operated wastewater treatment facilities from 1998 to 2010.
Siemens Water boss Chuck Gordon is jumping ship to become chief operating officer of Heckmann Corporation.
Underground Solutions' CEO Andy Seidel has been quietly building market share with his fusible PVC pipe applications. Now he plans to take the company public.
Saudi Arabia has taken another step away from private finance for its big power and water projects, despite signs that banks are regaining their appetite for such deals. Basin Water, the company which thought the money it raised by borrowing against its invoices could be counted as revenue, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the US.