Global water treatment solution provider Gradiant acquires Dubai’s Advanced Watertek

By Arya M Nair, Official Reporter
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Gradiant acquires Advanced Watertek
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US-based Gradiant, a global solutions provider for advanced water and wastewater treatment, has acquired Advanced Watertek, a Dubai-based leading original equipment manufacturer (OEM) and service provider for membrane-based water and wastewater treatment systems.

The acquisition strengthens manufacturing resources for Gradiant’s custom-designed and integrated systems, which represent the leading edge of industrial water & wastewater treatment for solutions in desalination and water reuse, minimum and zero liquid discharge, and resource recovery.

Gradiant will establish a Manufacturing Center of Excellence at Advanced Watertek’s 18,000-square-foot Dubai facility. The acquisition also serves to accelerate the deployment of Gradiant’s full range of technologies and end-to-end solutions to clients in the Middle East and beyond.

Prakash Govindan_Gradiant acquires Advanced Watertek
Prakash Govindan
COO – Gradiant

“This partnership will bolster Gradiant’s capabilities and resources for engineering and fabrication of the highest quality equipment and systems to serve our global projects base. We will also strengthen our regional presence to best serve our existing and new clients in the rapidly growing Middle East market. We look forward to the growth synergies of our combined organizations.”

Advanced Watertek has its manufacturing facility in Dubai and installations across more than 50 countries, serving key industries of refining & chemicals, energy, mining, and marine and is certified for ISO 9001, 14001, and 45001.

For nearly 40 years, Advanced Watertek has been delivering systems of premium quality and high reliability. The company is geared to build and deploy a full range of innovative and differentiated water treatment technologies, now enhanced by the relationship with Gradiant.

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