Aqualogy, among the major brands in a reference forum in the United States
22 May 2013
Aqualogy collaborated on an initiative of the Forum of Reputed Spanish Brands (FMRE) as an international ambassador of the Spain Brand. This new opportunity to share Aqualogy’s experience in a market as competitive as the United States materialized in an event held in Miami (Florida, USA), on board the ship Juan Sebastián de Elcano, with the presence of the Spanish Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, José Manuel García-Margallo, and of the government’s high commissioner for the Spain Brand, Carlos Espinosa de los Monteros.
During the event the personalities who have stood out thanks to their link with Spain or its companies were also given recognition. Aqualogy, for example, presented the “Amigo de la Marca España”award to the Vice President of the American Water Works Association (AWWA), Jeff Nash, for the excellent relations of collaboration and of commitment to value and knowledge between Aqualogy and this association.
Founded in 1881, the AWWA is the biggest and oldest non-profit association in the world devoted to the development of the scientific and technical aspects of urban water supply and sewerage services. With over 50,000 members, it is the main water industry association in the United States and also the most influential in this sphere.
Aqualogy, the global integrated water solutions brand for sustainable development, develops products and services which meet the demands of the different players involved in water. It has a differentiated offering adapted to the needs of each customer and each location.
Utility Service Group (USG), Aqualogy’s company in the US with its headquarters in Atlanta (Georgia), is a specialist in the maintenance and improvement of drinking water infrastructures and serves over two thousand municipalities in 35 American states. USG offers Aqualogy a platform which allows it to strengthen its position as a leader in management solutions and environmental technologies in a market which forms one of its pillars of development.