Complete News World

Remondis acquired Viola and Suez bases in Australia

Remondis acquired Viola and Suez bases in Australia

Remondis has completed the acquisition of various sites and deals from Veolia and Suez in Australia starting April 9th. At the time of its acquisition of its rival Suez, on the advice of the Australian Competition Authority, Veolia had to split with the sites and contracts. In this context, Raymondis already had something related in December Signed a contract with Veolia. Meanwhile, Raymondis announced in Australia that all the conditions for the acquisition have been fulfilled so that the transaction can be completed. The team will take a total of 80 employees to three locations in Adelaide, Perth and Sydney.

“This is a significant milestone in Remontis’ 40-year history in Australia,” said Bjrn Becker, president of the German Removal Agency in Australia. “This transaction allows us to re-establish a strong presence in South Australia and strengthen our presence in Western Australia and New South Wales.”

With new locations, Remondis wants to expand its offer to business and private customers as well as the general public. In particular, Remontis captured a viola base in Perth on the west coast of Australia. Industrial and commercial waste is collected there. A former Suez site in Adelaide, South Australia, will also handle future commercial and industrial waste, which will be operated by Remontis. However, medical waste, including autoclaves and heat disposal, is also treated there.

Third on the acquisition list is Sydney in southeastern Australia. So far, Suez has operated a transfer station there. Remontis hopes the strategically well-located location will boost growth for its operations in the state of New South Wales. In addition, Germany’s largest waste disposal team has entered into several agreements with commercial and industrial customers of Veolia and Suez in Australia.

According to its own data, Remondis currently has about 30 locations in Australia. More than half of these are in the state of New South Wales. The group also plans to build a waste incineration plant in the state of Queensland worth about 260 million euros. However, Remondis recently submitted an application for the program Withdrawn.