Grundfos 2019 financial success

Grundfos, Mads Nipper
Mads Nipper

Grundfos Pumps has announced that for the first half of 2019 they have had sales growth and increased earnings despite a challenging global market.

Alongside this they have reduced their energy consumption by 11% and water usage by 10% compared to the same point of 2018.

They have recently launched their 2025 strategy which is longer-term ambitions to reduce water consumption and CO2 emissions by 50% by 2025 and their goal of being climate positive by 2030.

Grundfos CEO Mads Nipper said: “I am very proud that we are continuing with our momentum, that is positively impacting on the worlds water and climate challenges, by delivering significant energy savings to our customers and bringing water to people in need.”

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