Moving on

September 2009
Utility Week;9/11/2009, p24
Trade Publication
The article examines the factors behind the successful transfer of the facilities management (FM) business of United Utilities to Europa. The divestiture made by United Utilities was prompted by its decision to return to being a utility asset owner and operator. It relates the process by which the FM business of United Utilities was sold to Europa. It outlines the steps taken by Europa to ensure the smooth transition of the FM team transferring to Europa.


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