Family companies such as Endress+Hauser form the backbone of many economies. Our strength lies in the desire to be successful for generations to come.
The idea is mobilizing employees around the world. With the Endress+Hauser Water Challenge, we are transferring our commitment to clean water to the non-profit sector. The idea behind the campaign is simple. Employees jog or walk, Nordic style, a specific…
Endress+Hauser had many reasons to celebrate this year – despite the Corona pandemic – as some of our sales center celebrated their anniversary.
From a distance it looks like a tree, but on closer inspection it turns out to be an innovative small-scale power plant: a wind tree that delivers sustainable electricity at Endress+Hauser in Gerlingen, Germany.
What traces will the corona crisis leave behind in the company? What makes a sustainable business model? Klaus Endress and Matthias Altendorf provide answers.
Endress+Hauser is charting new paths to innovation. In Freiburg, three creative hubs are working together in a university environment to develop sensors, technologies and automation solutions for the future.
Endress+Hauser is deploying a vocational education model to locations around the world. A pilot project in Aurangabad in India is to provide young people with better qualifications and new career opportunities. India once had an education system referred to as…
What’s behind the solid business figures for 2018? And what will it take to lead the company to a successful future? An interview with Klaus Endress and Matthias Altendorf. Mr Endress, Mr Altendorf, the process automation industry had a good…
Endress+Hauser took advantage of the strong market conditions and made progress in all fields. CFO Luc Schultheiss explains what’s behind the Group’s best ever year. No question about it, 2018 was an outstanding year for us. Sales reached a new…