Endress+Hauser To Build New Manufacturing Facility In Greenwood, Indiana

  • April 24, 2006
  • Endress+Hauser, Inc.
  • News
April, 2006; The Endress+Hauser Group will expand its locations in Greenwood, Indiana. The Endress+Hauser Flowtec Division is extending its manufacturing facilities and offices. The company decided to invest over US$17 million in Greenwood, Indiana within the next two years. With this, a substantial amount of new jobs will be created. Groundbreaking for the new facility will take place in the first half of April 2006.The Endress+Hauser Flowtec company based in Reinach, Switzerland is responsible for flow measurement technology within the Endress+Hauser Group. The new expansion of its U.S. division will consist of 74,000 square feet for manufacturing, including a new state of the art calibration laboratory, and 16,000 square feet offices and training facilities.Flow measurement technology made in USA The new facility will be dedicated to the manufacturing and calibration of electromagnetic flow meters; Endress+Hauser will expand its domestic offering to meters with line sizes up to 48 inches. The new high precision and accredited calibration laboratory will be the only one of its kind in the United States. At the same time Endress+Hauser Flowtec will also remodel its present facilities to accommodate the heavy growth in sales of its Coriolis, vortex and ultrasonic product lines. With this, Endress+Hauser is underlining its complete commitment to the North American market and its loyal customers. Close to customers all over the worldEndress+Hauser is considering this present construction as a further step. The site development and the site capacity will allow for future expansion as needed. “We want to be close to our customers in the Americas. We want to meet their needs as fast and as flexible as possible”, stated Klaus Endress, CEO of the Endress+Hauser Group. “For short, we want to be a capable and reliable partner for our customers all over the world. That’s why we expand our production facilities in the United States as well as in Switzerland, Germany, France, India and China.” Endress+Hauser is also serving customers in Central and South America out of the Greenwood, Indiana plant. About The Endress+Hauser GroupEndress+Hauser is a global leader in the provision of measurement instrumentation, services and solutions for industrial process engineering. In 2004, the group employed 6,294 people, generating €784.5 million in turnover and a profit of €41.6 million. The family business comprises 71 companies in 35 countries, managed and coordinated by a holding company in Reinach, Switzerland. Competent employees and partners guarantee sales and quality service in every country.Products With a wide range of sensors, instruments, systems and services, Endress+Hauser covers the areas of level, flow, pressure and temperature measurement as well as liquid analysis and recording. The range also includes the connection of field instruments to process control systems as well as automation and logistic solutions. Our products set the standard in quality and technology. In 2004, Endress+Hauser spent 8.9 percent of its turnover on research and development and lodged patent applications for 168 developments.Industries Customers are primarily from the chemical, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, food, water & wastewater, paper, energy and oil & gas sectors. They optimize their process engineering procedures with support from Endress+Hauser while taking into consideration environmental protection, safety and economic efficiency.History Endress+Hauser was founded in 1953 by Georg H. Endress and Ludwig Hauser. Since 1975, the Endress family has had sole ownership of the group. In 1995, Klaus Endress took over the management of the group from his father. For more than 50 years, the company has developed organically from being a specialist in level measurement to a provider of complete solutions for industrial measuring technology and automation, whilst continually breaking into new markets Learn More

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