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In a continuing expansion of its services business, GE Glegg Water Technologies has announced the establishment of three new services locations in Portland, Ore., Houston and Singapore.
"This expansion is consistent with our strategy of providing a broader range of services to customers worldwide," says Claude Jordan, President and CEO of GE Glegg Water Technologies. "Combined with our core service locations, the new facilities will give our customers access to leading water services solutions to help them improve their competitive positions."
Part of a global network of facilities, each site will provide GE Glegg's industrial customers with comprehensive water services solutions ranging from sale of replacement parts and services to technical audits of water treatment systems, system upgrades, plant servicing, as well as commissioning and plant operation activities.
David Van Buren, general manager of services for GE Glegg Water Technologies, says, "We are dedicated to growing our services capabilities around the globe. Our primary focus is to offer solutions which set us apart from other suppliers in the industry based on leading-edge technical resources and a company-wide commitment to Six Sigma quality."
Through its network of installed bases, GE Glegg Water Technologies serves the $4 billion industrial water services market that includes power, semiconductors and electronics, petrochemical, oil and gas, pulp and paper, food and beverage, pharmaceutical and health care.
GE Glegg Water Technologies, part of GE Power Systems, is headquartered in Guelph, Ontario, Canada, and is a leading expert in providing innovative pure water solutions for industrial and engineering companies worldwide. GE Glegg provides the industrial water market with a comprehensive range of pure water systems and services that offer distinct environmental benefits with less operating complexity and reduced facility requirements.