Headquartered in Bjerringbro, Viborg City, Denmark, the Grundfos Group, since its founding in 1945, has grown into a leading pump manufacturer with a global presence. With its 2019 sales revenues at 27.5 billion Danish Krone, the company are producing over 17 million pumps each year. Over the past 75 years, Grundfos has been dedicating itself to the advancement of pump and related products and technologies, pioneering solutions to the world’s water and climate challenges and improving quality of life for people.
Since formally entering China in 1995, Grundfos has established 1 holding company, 2 sales companies, 2 production operations, 1 Tech Center China, 2 concept stores and 10 offices, and has been employing the staff of over 1,600 and generating annual sales of exceeding 3 billion RMB in 2019. Our products are widely used in sectors like industry, building service and water utility.
Grundfos has been the world’s first pump company to be awarded the ISO9001 certification and has met the ISO14001 environmental standards. Besides, it has been the first foreign company recognized by China’s energy conservation standards for clean-water centrifugal pumps and has for years been a leading supplier to the country’s government agencies.
Grundfos Suzhou factory was established in the Suzhou Industrial Park in 1995. It is Grundfos’ largest factory in China, covering an area of 49,000 square meters, engaging in the manufacture, assembly and sales of various pumps and motors, with an annual output of more than 106 Thousands of pumps. It mainly serves the Chinese and Asia-Pacific markets. In 2019, Grundfos' second Factory of The Future was officially launched at the Suzhou factory. It will apply technologies such as the Internet of Things, cloud computing, virtual reality, simulation-driven development, 3D printing, and data traceability across the value chain to production, fully moving towards digitalization.
Grundfos Tech Centre China was formally founded in 2007. Currently over 100 researchers and technicians from China and Denmark are working here to design energy-saving products and innovate intelligent solutions for Chinese market, focusing on application areas including sponge city development and secondary water supply, etc. It has become an essential source of innovation for Grundfos.
In Beijing, Grundfos has participated in a series of landmark projects: 2008 Beijing Olympic Pavilions, the Great Hall of the People, National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA), the new CCTV building, China Zun and Daxing International Airport in Beijing, etc. Also, Grundfos has been a supplier for such prestigious projects in Shanghai as the World Financial Center, Shanghai Oriental Sports Center, 2010 World Expo Axle and Pavilions, Shanghai World Financial Center, Expansion of the Hongqiao Airport, Disney Resort, National Exhibition and Convention Center in Shanghai, etc.
Grundfos China has won “Top Employers China Certification” four times by far and won “Beauty of Industry-2018 Innovative Industrial Enterprise Award” held by Shanghai United Media Group (SUMG) | Jiemian News in 2018.
Grundfos has long been an advocate and supporter of UN SDG goal 6 (Clean water and sanitation) and goal 13 (Climate Action). Sustainability and social responsibility are deeply rooted in the gene of Grundfos. During UNFCCC COP21 in 2015, Grundfos received the UN’s Momentum for Change Award for its LIFELINK water supply solution. In 2016, Grundfos Group CEO Mads Nipper was invited to speak on the United Nations Global Compact Leaders Summit. Besides, Grundfos has been proactively supporting “Water Cellar for Mothers” project by China Women’s Development Foundation and clean water access projects by Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Malipo and Jinping County of Yunnan Province since 2016, joining hands with Grundfos licensed dealers.
Facing the outbreak of the COVID-19 epidemic in early 2020, Grundfos responded swiftly to donate a set of wastewater treatment equipment to a designated hospital in Xishui County of Huanggang City, Hubei Province. Poul Due Jensen Foundation, the holding institution of Grundfos, also donated emergency relief funding of over 45 million Danish Krone to various emergency initiatives through charitable institutions, including sponsoring wastewater treatment units in two hospitals in Jingmen and Xiantao city, Hubei Province, China.