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Danaher Water Strategy Breakdown: Building a Leading Water Business

16 July 2019
Company Insight
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With more than 30 operating companies, 67,000 employees and US$19.9 billion in 2018 total revenues, Washington, D.C.-based Danaher Corporation has built-up its role in the municipal and industrial water sectors.

Since 1998, when it made its first notable water-related acquisition of Hach, the company has scaled to levels that put it alongside leading water sector solutions providers. A sizable part of the company’s water sector-related revenues has grown largely through M&A.

This Company Insight, which draws from Bluefield’s  Municipal and Industrial Water Insight Services and Danaher’s financial reports, analyzes:

  • Danaher’s Revenues & Structure
  • Competitive Positioning and M&A Activity
  • Peer Comparison and Perceived Competition
  • Water Project Activity

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