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New headquarters in Chicago strengthens North American continuous growth
Grundfos has just inaugurated its new North American headquarters in Downers Grove, Illinois.
China craves intelligent water solutions
Danish minister for the environment inaugurated a Grundfos prefabricated pumping station in the Chinese city of Tianjin. Our technology can play a major role, as China invests a billion Danish kroner a day in water solutions.
Chinese sing about Branding
Chinese sing about Branding
Chinese state visit strengthened collaboration
Grundfos was present when the Chinese state delegation, headed by President Hu Jintao, visited Denmark to sign a number of collaboration agreements.
CIPHEX West Trade Show
The 2012 CIPHEX WEST trade show is fast approaching. Register in advance and receive free entry to Western Canada’s largest HVACR Expo.
Chinese water supply company saves energy and water with DDD
With automated pump control and by monitoring the water network in the city of Chiping, the local water supply company can adapt the water pressure to the citizens’ needs. This reduces energy consumption and will help prevent new leaks from occurring.
Cities and business come together in the search for solutions to urban ...
With the launch of the City Solutions Platform cities and leading businesses are working together to develop innovative solutions to large‐scale urban energy, waste and water challenges.
Clean water helps those most in need
Grundfos India has established a water supply at a school in one of the poorest areas of the country. The water supply makes a great difference.
Clean water is not commonplace
Grundfos presents its answers to the water sector’s challenges at an international fair in Amsterdam.
Clean water makes a difference
First it was the earthquake, almost razing Haiti to the ground. Then came the flooding, followed by the outbreak of cholera, now posing an increasing health risk for the inhabitants. Thousands have died from the outbreak and even more are infected. Many may still be saved – provided they get clean drinking water.