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27/05/2003
Grundfos takes over Brazilian pump factory
Grundfos takes over Brazilian pump factory
07/04/2003
250 Grundfos production workers face redundancies
Due to reduced order intake as a result of the general uncertainty that has been influencing world economy in recent weeks, further intensified by the war in Iraq, Management in Grundfos A/S, the pump group's Danish production company, decided to reduce the number of production workers by 250.
01/04/2003
Grundfos introduces industrial production of microchips in Denmark
Grundfos recently produced the first chip for micro sensors in the production facilities for semiconductors set up at Farum (Copenhagen) one and a half year ago as the first production facilities for semiconductors in Denmark.
18/03/2003
Group Chairman Niels Due Jensen honoured in Poland
Polish President, Aleksander Kwasniewski, today decorated Grundfos Group Chairman, Niels Due Jensen, with the Officer’s Cross of the Order of Merits of the Republic of Poland.
17/03/2003
Grundfos acquires Brazilian pump manufacturing company
With effect from 1 January 2003 the Grundfos Group has acquired the renowned Brazilian pump manufacturing company Mark Peerless SA, which will in the future carry the name Mark Pumps Ltda.
14/03/2003
Increased earnings to ensure new growth
Increased earnings to ensure new growth
12/03/2003
Key figures 2002 - Foresight paid off for Grundfos
A growth in turnover of 5 per cent in 2002 is less than what Grundfos has achieved in recent years.
16/01/2003
Grundfos in Denmark - a top ten company to work for in Europe
In the European edition of the American business journal, Fortune Magazine, Grundfos in Denmark has been selected as one of Ten Great Places to Work For in Europe.
30/10/2002
Grundfos awarded for the best environmental report
The Institute of State Authorised Public Accountants and the Børsen newspaper awarded Grundfos the diploma of the best environmental report of 2002.
22/10/2002
Grundfos helps to clear up the water
The dramatic floods in Germany, Austria and the Czech Republic in August took a number of lives and made thousands homeless, while the material damage is provisionally estimated to cost at least DKK 80 billion.