A New Global Water Alliance in India

GE and Sealed Air’s Diversey business expand their water alliance to the food and beverage industry in India.

GE and Sealed Air’s Diversey business are bringing their global water alliance to the food and beverage markets in India. GE and Diversey will provide advanced water and energy management services in the region, a first for the one-year-old alliance.

Specifically within the food and beverage industry, the alliance’s water offerings will support wastewater reuse projects and the reduction of freshwater consumption in the brewery, dairy, beverage and snack markets. In India, Sealed Air’s Diversey business will sell and service GE’s water treatment chemicals, water and process equipment, membrane and cartridge filtration products, analytical instruments, and energy management solutions.

“The alliance brings together two organizations with complementary strengths and shared values, thereby enabling both GE and Sealed Air Diversey to serve our existing Indian customer base even better, while affording us the opportunity to reach more customers. As a leader in India and globally in the commercial cleaning and sanitation business, particularly in food and beverage processing, the Sealed Air Diversey team is well positioned to offer and implement environmentally efficient solutions that save customers water and energy,” said Hoshang Subawalla, business leader, India—water and process technologies for GE Power & Water.

“This is the coming together of two market leaders to bring cutting-edge solutions to the food and beverage sector where water is becoming more and more important by the day,” said Himanshu Jain, vice president, Sealed Air India. “We are confident of being able to deliver the very best solutions, covering all aspects of cost, performance, sustainability and the best-in-class technology for our customers. As a technology and market leader, GE is an ideal partner.”

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