The French group of treatment of waste and water Suez announced Thursday to have won a series of nine contracts for about 120 million euros in the industrial field.
Among the contracts announced, for example, is waste management for two years for the Coca-Cola bottler in Morocco.
Another contract was signed with Fujifilm in the Netherlands for the collection and treatment of waste (photo paper, aluminum plates, …) produced at its Tilburg plant for three years.
Suez also postponed seven “industrial water cycle optimization” contracts in various sectors such as energy or pulp.
Suez’s new CEO, Bertrand Camus, set up in the spring, wants industry markets to account for half of the group’s business in the future. “These new contracts confirm Suez’s dynamism in the industrial market, which already accounts for 40% of its turnover,” the group said in a statement.