Xylem Inc. (NYSE: XYL), a leading global water technology company focused on addressing the world’s most challenging water issues, is hosting an investor and analyst day today in New York City. Gretchen McClain, president and chief executive officer, and other members of Xylem’s senior management team will discuss the company's strategies to achieve sustainable, long-term growth, including a review of 2017 financial goals. The live event is by invitation only; audio and video presentations of the entire event will be webcast live at
As part of today’s meeting, Xylem is issuing updated guidance reflecting the recently announced acquisition of MultiTrode Pty Ltd, a privately held Australia-based water and wastewater technology and services company. Xylem forecasts full-year 2013 revenue growth of 3 to 4 percent to approximately $3.9 billion. Full-year 2013 adjusted net income is forecast to grow 1 to 7 percent to $333 to $352 million, for adjusted earnings per share of $1.79 to $1.89 per share. The company anticipates that restructuring and realignment costs will range from $60 to $70 million for the year.
Xylem (XYL) is a leading global water technology provider, enabling customers to transport, treat, test and efficiently use water in public utility, residential and commercial building services, industrial and agricultural settings. The company does business in more than 150 countries through a number of market-leading product brands, and its people bring broad applications expertise with a strong focus on finding local solutions to the world’s most challenging water and wastewater problems. Xylem is headquartered in White Plains, N.Y., with 2012 revenues of $3.8 billion and approximately 12,700 employees worldwide. In 2012, Xylem was named to the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index for advancing sustainable business practices and solutions worldwide.
The name Xylem is derived from classical Greek and is the tissue that transports water in plants, highlighting the engineering efficiency of our water-centric business by linking it with the best water transportation of all -- that which occurs in nature. For more information, please visit us at
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