Ramky Enviro Engineers acquires Entech, makes entry into Australia, China

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Ayodhya Rami Reddy, Chairman, Ramky Group.
Ayodhya Rami Reddy, Chairman, Ramky Group.

Ramky Enviro Engineers, part of the diversified Ramky Group, has entered into an agreement with Entech Industries Pty Ltd, based in Australia, to acquire this firm engaged in specialist environmental consultancy and technical services business.

Entech is a subsidiary of public-listed technical waste operator in Australia, Tox Free Solutions Ltd. It provides environmental and waste treatment solutions to government and industrial customers in Australia and China.

Ayodhya Rami Reddy, Chairman of Ramky Group, today announced the acquisition and said, "The acquisition of Entech will enable Ramky to extend services to the Indian and multinational customers in Australia and Greater China."

It complements the suite of capabilities and regional presence, providing innovative environmental services and treatment solutions both in the advanced and the emerging markets.

The details of the transaction have not been announced as yet.

Understanding the increasing emphasis on resource recovery and innovative waste treatment solutions, Ramky is constantly developing cost-effective and techno-commercially proven solutions to help customers meet their environmental and waste management needs.

Australia and China provide Ramky an enhanced platform to tap on advanced technologies and large growth markets.

The businesses trading as Entech Environmental Services Australia and Entech China are being managed by regional heardquarter Ramky International (S) Pte Ltd, Singapore.

Entech offers environmental and chemical consulting and project management, waste management consulting and auditing, waste tracking IT systems and hazardous waste and contaminated soil treatment.

Ramky Enviro Engineers offers environmental services, water and waste water management. It has presence across India and in Australia, China, Gabon (West Africa), Indonesia, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, UAE and Vietnam.

(This article was published on October 18, 2012)
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