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Evoqua Takes Aim at Water Industry Leaders

26 July 2017
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On 18 July 2017, Evoqua submitted plans for an initial public offering (IPO). In parallel, the company also reported considering M&A as an option. The movement marks Evoqua’s latest strategic effort to vault itself into the top tier of leading water treatment equipment suppliers.

The firm’s legacy brands have historically focused on serving the industrial water market. Only recently has Evoqua emerged as a major player in the municipal market.

In this Research Note, Bluefield water experts analyze Evoqua’s shifting strategy as well as how the company stacks up to its peers (including Veolia, Suez, Pentair, Xylem, and Danaher).

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