Hach and Veolia announce three-year partnership agreement


Monday, 04 June, 2018


Hach and Veolia announce three-year partnership agreement

Hach and Veolia have announced a three-year partnership agreement establishing Hach as a primary supplier of water analysis solutions for Veolia’s water operations.

From 2018–2020, Hach will be the only preferred provider of laboratory equipment and chemistry, and preferred supplier of process analysers, samplers and panel solutions for Veolia. The agreement continues a partnership between Hach and Veolia that has lasted more than 20 years.

“Hach is proud to be expanding our partnership with Veolia, an organisation that is widely considered to be a global leader in water operations, treatment and innovation,” said Hach President Kevin Klau. “Our broad product offering, global service capabilities, applications insight and software capabilities will combine with Veolia’s operations, engineering and innovation experience to deliver reduced operating costs and improved environmental compliance.”

“Veolia is thrilled to expand the partnership we have had for many years with Hach, who is global leader in water analytics instrumentation, software and service,” said Veolia’s SVP of Global Procurement and CPO Pascal Decary. “This strategic collaboration will help us achieve important savings, streamline our procurement process and help improve operational performance, while keeping on delivering the best-in-class service to our customers.”

As part of the partnership, Veolia and Hach have agreed on a global technical partnership, which will work to adapt and validate Hach’s software tools and solutions for use by Veolia. This partnership includes Hach’s Claros Instrument, Data and Process Management offerings.

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