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18 Jun 2018  |  Asia Pacific
Technological Adoption, Reliability, and Effectiveness of Service Solutions are Key Differentiators
The facilities management (FM) competitive landscape in Australia is mature yet highly competitive. The high outsourcing rate and mature end-user sectors continue to position the Australian market attractively to service providers. The domestic market is led by several established service providers, most of which observed strong performances during...
02 Jul 2018  |  Asia Pacific
Innovative Technologies and Business Models are Key to Visionary Growth
The Asia-Pacific (APAC) water technology market, comprised of equipment and software products required for the treatment, distribution, and monitoring of water and wastewater (WWW) treatment plants and network used by municipal and industrial end users, is growing steadily driven by region-wide improvements in environmental regulations and investme...
10 May 2018  |  Asia Pacific
Corporate & Environmental Stewardship and Cost Reduction to Drive Resource Recovery and Reuse
Rapid population growth and continued urbanisation in Australia are driving wastewater and solid waste volumes up. As a result, the traditional wastewater treatment methods are reaching system-constraint limits and are raising important economic, social, and environmental concerns. Water scarcity, changing hydrological conditions, and increasing co...
07 Jun 2018  |  Asia Pacific
ASEAN-6 and Australia Facilities Management Quarterly Trends—Top Trends and Recommendations, Q1 2018
Data Analytics Services and Energy Management on the Rise
Facilities Management (FM) can be defined as the services associated with running or maintaining a facility, such as janitorial, engineering, security, environmental, landscaping, and other related services. The Asia-Pacific (APAC) region is a mix of mature and developing markets for FM, with the developing nations recording higher growth rates in ...
18 May 2018  |  Asia Pacific
Water Utilities Need to Innovate with the Industry’s Growth Opportunities to Remain Resilient to Challenging Operational Management
Water utility CAPEX in Asia-Pacific is expected to grow by 9.7% in 2018, but it is the growth of OPEX that is going to place additional strain on these entities. OPEX will grow by 3.2% in 2018, and is expected to increase in 2019. Utility reforms, in one way or another, with available growth opportunities in the water industry, are essential for w...