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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.
03/05/2019
Grundfos appoints Ulrik Gernow new Chief Marketing Officer
New Group Management team and focused business areas to support the new 2025 strategy of Grundfos
02/05/2019
Support pledged for cyclone-hit Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe
Grundfos is working with international NGOs to help people affected by cyclone Idai.
09/04/2019
Grundfos appoints Lone Tvis new head for HR
The Grundfos Group appoints Lone Tvis new Group Senior Vice President, CHRO, responsible for Human Resources.
04/04/2019
Walk for clean water marches on
Grundfos USA’s Walk for Water project has helped thousands gain access to clean water.
03/04/2019
Notice of Annual General Meeting of Grundfos Holding A/S
The Annual General Meeting of Grundfos Holding A/S, company registration number (CVR) 31 85 83 56, will be held on April 26, 2019, at 14:30 CET
28/03/2019
A year of great results and impact
Follow water on its way back to Cape Town in South Africa. Understand how engineering and pumps improve living conditions and fight floods in Fuzhou in China. Tune in and experience pumps in perfect harmony in the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg.
22/03/2019
Water respite for Ugandan fishing villages
Collaborative efforts bring improved access to safe water, better sanitation and fewer waterborne diseases for 45,000 people in the Buikwe District.