France’s SUEZ keen on SE Asia water and waste projects

09 December 2019 - 12:00 am UTC

French environment company SUEZ is interested in scoring projects in Southeast Asia’s water and waste market, according to a company email to Inframation.

The company, which foresees a 7%-8% growth per year in its overall Asia-Pacific market, is seeking opportunities to secure contracts including for build-own-transfer, concession, operation & maintenance and leasing in the region, the statement said. It will also look at the design & build, design-build-operate models, as well as project management deals.

“SUEZ’s offerings for the water and waste market in Southeast Asia are extensive,” the statement said, adding that the company already has a footprint in water and waste management in Vietnam, Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia and the Philippines, among other countries.  

The Asia-Pacific region has a “huge growth potential” and is an important market for SUEZ to continue investing in, the statement added.

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