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13/11/2018
When in Rome
Danish businesses join The Crown Prince Couple for Italian export visit. A 2000-year-old aqueduct and future sustainable solutions steal the water spotlight.
13/11/2018
Selecting the pump that's right for you
Selecting the pump that's right for you
13/11/2018
Don’t Be Left High & Dry This Summer
There are a range of benefits to installing a rainwater harvesting system for your house and property, including keeping your gardens looking healthy in times of low rainfall and reducing your water bills.
06/11/2018
New Executive Director for the Poul Due Jensen Foundation
Kim Nøhr Skibsted is appointed new Executive Director of the Poul Due Jensen Foundation, the major owner and shareholder of the Grundfos Group.
30/10/2018
New partnership for water in Vietnam
In close collaboration with DNP Water, we will work to ensure high quality water treatment and efficient drinking water distribution in Vietnam.
12/10/2018
Committed partnerships drive change in developing countries
Common aims and combined skills are key as Grundfos and World Vision deliver clean, accessible water to African communities.
25/09/2018
Augury and Grundfos Enter Strategic Partnership: Digital Knowledge and Water ...
Grundfos, a world leading pump and water technology company, and Augury, a leading AI-based mechanical diagnostics provider are partnering to change the way the world accesses water, enabling even more reliable and sustainable water services to their customers.
25/09/2018
Niels Due Jensen honoured with Hungarian order
The Commander’s Cross of the Order of Merit of Hungary was awarded to Niels Due Jensen. This is the highest distinction which can be achieved by a non-Hungarian.
18/09/2018
Danish water solutions for global challenges displayed in Japan
Global water challenges and solutions to them are in scope at the IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition in Tokyo. We put our expertise to use to shed light on a sustainable future for water.
11/09/2018
Water is flowing in Mosul again
Huge Grundfos pumps are currently being installed as a part of the reconstruction of the water and waste-water infrastructure in Mosul, Iraq. The major project will secure clean water for 1.5 million citizens.