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09/02/2012
Grundfos unleashes the wolves
Record low energy consumption, the best quality in the market, and a user-friendly wireless interface. These are some of the features of the new pumps.
09/02/2012
Innovative pumps strengthen Grundfos in the European market
Grundfos introduces the most advanced circulator pumps in the world
02/02/2012
Grundfos established factory in Serbia
The Serbian President, Boris Tadic, took part in the event when the first turf was cut for the new 25,000sqm factory.
27/01/2012
Grundfos LIFELINK expanding in East Africa
Based on the good results in Kenya, Grundfos LIFELINK is now expanding its business area to other countries in East Africa. The first country is Uganda, neighbour of Kenya.
23/01/2012
Flood Control in India
Mumbai in India is facing challenges in terms of flood control. Visit the IRLA Storm water pumping station and see how Grundfos has delivered a comprehensive solution to the city of Mumbai
16/01/2012
Strong growth despite everything
Recession and large market shares are no hindrance to the Danish sales company’s continuous growth.
13/01/2012
Grundfos and handball – the perfect blend
Grundfos is the official sponsor of the European Men’s Handball Championship 2012, which takes place in Serbia 15-29 of January.
04/01/2012
New OEM product gets more out of the ALPHA2 brain
Expanded intelligence combined with sensor technology and wireless communication form the basis for the development of a unique hot-water module.
16/12/2011
Growth and close relations in Japan
When, after the disaster last spring, Japan was hurled into a serious crisis, Grundfos remained in the country to be close to staff and customers. The result of this is now obvious, judging from even closer relations to staff, customers and partners as well as a significant increase in turnover.
15/12/2011
Partnership benefits the climate and saves money
Grundfos in Denmark will cooperate with the local district heating station about storing the surplus heat from the factories in obsolete groundwater boreholes and use it in the district heating network when needed