Georg H. Endress and Ludwig Hauser founded the Endress+Hauser group in 1953. Today, Endress+Hauser is an international Swiss family-owned company and one of the world's leading suppliers in the field of industrial measuring instruments and automation solutions. The group is organized as a worldwide network of legally independent enterprises whose activities are managed and coordinated by a holding company in Reinach (Switzerland). Endress+Hauser comprises a network of 76 companies in 37 countries, with production facilities in Switzerland, Germany, France, Great Britain, Italy, China, Japan, India and the USA.
Endress+Hauser offers sensors, instruments, systems and services for the industrial measurement of level, flow, pressure, tank level, temperature, industrial liquid analysis and for registration of measurement data as well as samplers, system components and engineering services. With these products Endress+Hauser customers are able to control their processes to achieve the economical and ecological optimum, save natural and energy resources as well as protect people, the environment and plants. Endress+Hauser products are renowned for innovative technologies, the highest reliability, and excellent quality. You will find skilled sales and services are reliably provided in every country of the world.
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