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Evoqua Strategy Breakdown: Rebuilding a Water Solutions Portfolio

06 August 2018
Company Insight

Evoqua holds a strong position as a water pure-play, particularly in U.S. industrial markets. The company has restructured internally, expanding its portfolio of solutions and products via M&A, and launched an initial public offering (IPO).

This Company Insight, which draws from Bluefield’s Industrial Water and Municipal Water Insight Services and Evoqua’s financial reports, analyzes the company’s transition into a public company and its increasing role in the global water sector.

In this 18-Slide Company Insight, Bluefield water experts analyze:

  • Evoqua’s Business Profile (Geographic Presence, Stock Performance)
  • M&A Activity
  • Business Unit Positions
  • Competitive Positioning of Industrial Products & Solutions (including peer comparison)

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