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13/08/2019
Indonesian business strengthens further
Steady growth continues with new sales office in Surabaya aiming to enhance customer experience in key segments.
05/07/2019
Joining forces for a better future
To create a bigger impact on the fight for clean water we have partnered up with BRAC, a global leading NGO that reaches 120 million people around the world, creating opportunities and making a difference.
26/06/2019
Grundfos steps up to tackle the global climate crisis
Intelligent solutions coupled with concrete actions are key in Grundfos’ efforts to effectively impact the global water- and climate challenges.
17/06/2019
High-tech partnerships powered at IoT Week
When the sharpest digital minds and technology innovators meet to exchange ideas at IoT Week, Grundfos and Microsoft play an important part in shaping the event. Adding a sustainable twist.
11/06/2019
The tasteless ingredient in whisky production
A lot of steam is needed for the whisky production at William Grant & Sons in Girvan, Scotland. We assist the renowned family enterprise in controlling the water level in the steam boiler.
04/06/2019
Médecins Sans Frontières and Grundfos enter vital partnership
Médecins Sans Frontières and Grundfos enter vital partnership
28/05/2019
Making an impact at a Danish state visit in Korea
A delegation from Denmark led by Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary visited Seoul. We were part of the program, among other things during a debate on the SDGs.
22/05/2019
Mastering the waterways of Fuzhou
In the capital city of China’s Fujian province, water is plentiful. Located by the sea and established on top of several rivers, commanding the water has always been key to the people living here.
16/05/2019
Making waves for water and the world
Women from all over Europe are fighting for a better world at the Global Goals World Cup in Copenhagen.
07/05/2019
Partnership Reveals Low-Cost Ways to Save Water and Energy in Vietnam
Vietnam has set a target of 100% clean water coverage to all of its urban areas by 2025. To achieve this target, the 79 municipal water supply companies in the country will need additional investments in infrastructure and technology to improve optimization.