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Grundfos promotes interactivity at IFAT
Guests and customers at the fair will be met with amazing experiences, demonstrating that Grundfos is setting the direction towards the next level of digitalization and connectivity.
Grundfos appoints new Group Vice President for Service
Grundfos has appointed 46-year-old Thomas Rosenkilde Anderson as new Group Vice President for Service.
Politicians and businesses are called to humanitarian action in Istanbul
At the World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul, Turkey, the UN has invited leading politicians, NGO’s and businesses to share their input on how to remedy current and future crises.
Grundfos appoints new Group Executive Vice President for Business Development
Grundfos has appointed 49-year-old Swiss Ernst Lutz as new Group EVP for Business Development. He has solid international experience from for instance multiple executive positions in Sulzer and latest as the CEO for EIT RawMaterials.
A Breakdown is not an option in Budapest
The citizens of the Hungarian capital rely on the Budapest Canalization Works for removing sewage and preventing floods. The company expects top performances from themselves and their partners.
Efficient pumps lands Boeing’s green goals
Grundfos and Boeing signs a Memorandum of Understanding. This includes that Grundfos makes their expertise within energy efficiency available to the American aviation giant.
Expanding our reach in the Middle East
Grundfos opens a new showroom in Dubai’s Jebel Ali Freezone. The initiative lets partners, customers and other visitors get deeper acquainted with our company and innovative products.
The direct link to installers
A strong partnership with Peter Madsen and his colleagues at Danish wholesaler Brødrene Dahl gets Grundfos even closer to the installers. A shop in shop concept, a recycling project and an installer event are keystones in the cooperation.
Grundfos expands in Africa
Water scarcity and rising energy prices increase demands for energy efficient water solutions in the more politically and economically stable markets in Africa. These tendencies make the global pump manufacturer upgrade its activities.
Mads Nipper joins prestigious international commission
The Grundfos CEO has been made a member of a new, global commission for business and sustainable development. The Commission is to contribute to turning the UN’s 17 Global Goals into business opportunities, and a number of leading businesspersons comprises it.