France’s Veolia, Saudi DTV to ink major deal

20 Dec 2011

(MENAFN) Veolia Water Saudi’s Ltd. Business Development Manager, Faisal Al-Dawish, said that the company would ink a deal with Dhahran Techno Valley (DTV) at King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM), reported Arab News.

Al-Dawish added that the deal with DTV would expand the bonds between Saudi and Veolia, and strengthen the French company’s presence in the Kingdom.

He also said that in 2008, Veolia Water signed a National Water Company’s water and wastewater services deal for Riyadh, where around 40 top experts from Veolia were working in the group’s main office in the city, adding that Veolia Water expanded its activities as an operator of water services in the Middle East since 2006.

It is worth noting that Veolia Water designs and builds water treatment works for municipalities and industry, offering a complete range of technological solutions based on in-house processes.

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