Grundfos reports record turnover

Published:  05 May, 2011

Grundfos Group has reported its best-ever results, with turnover for 2010 reaching £2 billion, up by over 17% over 2009. The company plans to invest in new growth with a doubling of the investment in production equipment and new manufacturing facilities in Russia, Serbia and India. In addition, £100 million will be invested during 2011 to support the development of the next generation of pumping solutions.

The company claims a 10% share of the world pump market, by number of pumps installed.

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