Siemens Water Technologies
15 articles about "Siemens Water Technologies "
Xylem introduced FY2013 EPS guidance of $1.80-1.90 during its 4QFY2012 conference call.
Siemens will need a well-funded buyer that can see plenty of upside if it is to get a good price for its water treatment division. The sad truth is that the company has been ruined by optimists in the past.
Manufacturers of aeration equipment have seen a slowdown as cities have tightened their belts. Can a combination of regulatory drivers and market shifts put some air back under the segment’s wings?
What is the prognosis for the sale of the Siemens water businesses in 2013? Vol 4, Issue 1 (January 2013)
The big story for 2013 is going to be who buys Siemens Water.
Cambridge Water Technology earns its keep at Siemens as client list grows for patented ENR system.
Siemens Water took another step in the reorganization of its portfolio by selling its Microfloc and General Filter brands to WesTech Engineering.
Underground Solutions has agreed to acquire Siemens’ Wallace & Tiernan (W&T) ChemFeed business, including W&T’s chemical feed systems, chemical metering pumps and process controllers.
North American semiconductor manufacturing equipment sales grew significantly in 2011. The water and wastewater treatment market is still dominated by an elite group of multinational firms.
Siemens Water is rumored to be considering a sale of its conventional water treatment division, which includes brands such as GFH filtration media and other conventional filtration systems. Insiders suggest that Memcor would not be part of the deal.
Low-pressure membrane players consider strategic maneuvers as municipal project flow drops off