WORKING TOGETHER FOR IMPROVED WATER SECURITY FOR AUSTRALIA
To strengthen the relevance of our water treatment services, and to further enhance customer and community experience, SUEZ has developed and continues to develop multiple partnerships. These partnerships allow the company to build customised solutions, boost the level of expertise provided to our clients, better meet customer and community expectations and create the conditions necessary for successful local involvement.
We believe partnerships are both fundamental and central to each of our disciplines.
In order to go beyond the traditional client/supplier relationships, SUEZ has developed partnership initiatives with suppliers. The successful integration of technologies in a treatment system is essential to a facility’s efficient operations. We are committed, to guarantee clients the efficiency provided by this integration, and the solution it offers. Our ability to transmit knowledge derived from our operating experience and involving innovative technologies, contributes to improving the quality of our services, thus creating a virtuous cycle. SUEZ has built partnerships with GE, Toray, Bucher, Grundfos etc.
ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION PARTNERSHIPS
To support and enhance our offering to our clients across municipal and industrial markets, SUEZ works closely with leading engineering and construction companies who are active and well known in the Australian water industry.
PARTNERSHIPS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND FINANCING OF PROJECTS
In our Build, Own, Operate and Transfer (BOOT) activities, SUEZ frequently calls upon co-investors. These partners provide their expertise in civil engineering, or are financial partners, including pension funds, with which we share an investment vision.
PARTNERSHIPS, AN ESSENTIAL PART OF CONTINUING IMPROVEMENT
By calling on partnerships in areas of expertise that are outside our sphere, we are broadening our expertise and competitiveness. Being competitive is not just a question of price - it is also a matter of acting on a range of criteria including timing requirements, quality and technological differentiation.