Alstom Hydro acquires Canada’s SITCA

Alstom Hydro’s Canada unit announced June 4 it acquired SITCA, a Quebec-based service provider for hydroelectric and cogeneration power plants.

“We are very pleased to have this team of 25 professionals join our group,” President Claude Lambert of Alstom Hydro Canada Inc. said. “With the growth of demand in services from our clients operating hydroelectric power plants, this acquisition will allow us to offer wider and better services to our customers.”

Established in Granby for more than ten years, SITCA specializes in services such as maintenance, technical assistance, repair and service of power plants. In the last five years, SITCA has worked on more than 200 assignments in Canada, the United States, Romania, Germany, Pakistan, and other areas.

Following the acquisition, SITCA teams are to be fully part of the Alstom Hydro Canada organization, Alstom Hydro said.

Alstom Hydro is a joint venture of Alstom power engineering group and French conglomerate Bouygues with 5,500 employees in 19 countries.

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