Enersize Advanced Research AB (“Enersize” or the “Company”) has previously had Grundfos as a customer regarding leakage management through its Danish sales partner Granzow A/S. The company announces Grundfos ordered more advanced compressed air efficiency and saving services, such as monitoring and monitoring, directly from Enersize. In February 2020, Grundfos ordered services equivalent to just under SEK 100,000.
Grundfos has currently placed an order for a professional investigation of its compressed air system at its head office in Bjerringbro, Denmark, where Bo Kuraa from Enersize will contribute his expertise to suggest improvement measures. The collaboration takes place with the Grundfos Group’s Maintenance Manager to evaluate Enersize’s services in order to possibly extend the cooperation in Denmark in more of Grundfos factories.
“As Dane I am extremely pleased to be able to help Grundfos, which is an important part of Denmark’s manufacturing industry. It will be exciting to gain insight into and be able to improve Grundfos compressed air system, ”says Bo Kuraa, technical manager at Enersize.
“In Sweden, the number of large manufacturing companies is growing, which is beginning to take an interest in and make use of Enersize’s services for compressed air efficiency improvements and savings. Now we see that Bo can also open up the Danish market, “says Anders Sjögren, CEO at Enersize.
Grundfos is the world’s largest manufacturer of pumps and is headquartered in Bjerringbro, Denmark. Through 83 companies, Grundfos is directly available in 56 countries, and through the company’s network of partners, distributors and subcontractors, they are available in even more. The company currently has approximately 19,280 employees.
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