|

Dynamic Start to the New Year for Endress+Hauser

Endress+Hauser records strong sales growth in 2022 and looks ahead with confidence

February 1, 2023

year
“We can be proud of what we have achieved and can look into the future with confidence,” says Matthias Altendorf, CEO of the Endress+Hauser Group

Endress+Hauser is heading into its special anniversary year with momentum. In 2022 the measurement and automation technology specialist increased consolidated sales by almost 17 percent to more than 3.3 billion euros. Nearly 16,000 people are employed worldwide by the Group. The family-owned Swiss company also has a confident outlook for 2023, a year in which it is celebrating its 70th birthday.

From start-up to global player

On 1 February 1953, Georg H Endress and Ludwig Hauser officially registered their enterprise. The company has since grown from a two-man operation to a leading global provider of process and laboratory instrumentation, automation solutions and services. The Group boasts sales and support organizations in 125 countries and manufactures in all major economic regions, thus making the family-owned company a genuine global player.

year
“2022 was marked by strong growth,” says Dr Luc Schultheiss, CFO of the Endress+Hauser Group

Strong growth, positive outlook

“2022 was marked by strong growth. We continued to reliably support our customers despite strained supply and logistics chains,” reports CFO Dr Luc Schultheiss. Thanks to a further increase in incoming orders, Endress+Hauser is heading into its 70th anniversary year with strong momentum. “We expect double-digit sales growth in 2023 as well,” says the CFO. The company is looking to create new jobs around the world and is planning to invest heavily in buildings and equipment.

year
Despite strained supply and logistics chains, Endress+Hauser generated strong growth in sales and number of units in 2022

Focus on long-term success

Endress+Hauser has nearly doubled its sales volume in the last ten years and grew its headcount by more than 50 percent. Far more than 1.5 billion euros from the Group’s own financial resources was invested in new buildings and equipment in the same period. “Our customers value us, our employees are dedicated to the company and our shareholders think long term,” emphasizes CEO Matthias Altendorf. “We can be proud of what we have achieved and can look into the future with confidence.”

year
Thanks to an increase in incoming orders, Endress+Hauser anticipates solid growth in sales for the current year as well

Anniversary celebration

Employees will be celebrating the Group’s 70th anniversary through both small and large events and activities all over the world. From 26 to 28 June 2023, Endress+Hauser is inviting customers, partners and industry experts to attend the Global Forum in Basel, Switzerland, to jointly discuss the sustainable transformation of the process industry. Endress+Hauser will present its audited financial statements on 4 April 2023 in Basel.

Source

Related Story

Endress+Hauser Customer Experience Centre wins Rethinking Future Award

The new Endress+Hauser Customer Experience Centre here, has been named winner of the Rethinking The Future Award 2022 in the Industrial (Built) category. Rethinking The Future is an annual award program which aims to promote outstanding work in the field of architecture and design across the world. 

The 47,000 sq. ft. Customer Experience Centre established a new sustainability standard for the family-owned, Swiss-based, industrial process measurement and analysis company’s global portfolio of facilities. The centre, official inaugurated last May, also is the first privately owned project in Canada to pursue both ZCB Certification and LEED Gold simultaneously.

It recently attained that ZCB Certification, the standard demonstrating that a building has achieved zero carbon operations. It is anticipated the site will produce more energy than the facility will require on an annual basis through a combination of rooftop double-sided solar panels, heat pumps supplemented by a geothermal system, and innovative energy conservation practices. 

Related Articles



Editor’s Pick: Featured Article

Weidmüller’s u-control 2000: The Automation Controller

Weidmüller’s u-control 2000: The Automation Controller

Weidmüller’s scalable engineering software, u-control 2000, adapts individually to your requirements. And, the u-control is powerful, compact and fully compatible with Weidmüller’s I/O system u-remote. This article looks at what makes u-control the heart of your automation.

Programmable logic controllers (PLCs) are one of the main components of any automated system. A typical control system has inputs, outputs, controllers (i.e., PLCs), and some type of human interaction with the system, a human machine interface (HMI), for example.

Read More



Latest Articles

  • Omron’ Advanced Safety Services 101

    Omron Offers Advanced Safety Services – What You May Not Know Yet April 16, 2024 In any industrial setting, safety is of the utmost importance. Omron Offers Advanced Safety Services to help you and your staff navigate the challenges of complex industry standards and compliance regulations. They also can provide machine safety technology to protect… Read More…

  • Emergency Lockdown Solutions with ControlByWeb

    April 16, 2024 Emergency lockdown solutions are important. Ensuring the safety of workers and students is crucial in today’s society. In situations that are changing quickly, traditional emergency response techniques might not be sufficient. To solve this issue, ControlByWeb provides creative solutions, including an extensive and effective emergency lockout system for offices and schools. Overview… Read More…