How Endress+Hauser helps customers to improve their products and manufacture them even more efficiently.
Shell executive Harry Brekelmans and Matthias Altendorf talk about the strengths of long-term relationships.
Global climate protection and the associated decarbonization measures are gaining momentum. And it’s not only at the political level: as investors steer global money toward green technologies, entire industries are undergoing fundamental change. For hydrocarbon-dependent process industries, this brings both new challenges and major opportunities. We take stock of the situation.
With its three modernized seaports in Dar es Salaam, Tanga and Mtwara, Tanzania wants to reinforce its role as a major trade center in East Africa. To support this effort, Endress+Hauser is supplying advanced measurement technology – an extraordinary project that turned into a real challenge under pandemic conditions.
CureVac is a pioneer in the development and manufacture of mRNA therapeutics. The company is currently expanding its Covid-19 vaccine production – supported by Endress+Hauser.
The life science industry manager at Endress+Hauser talks about the impact of the Corona pandemic.
The life sciences industry, viewed as the great hope for the future, is being counted on to conquer the pandemic with vaccines. How did it manage to ramp up vaccine production so rapidly?
Pranabesh Das has been working as a service technician at Endress+Hauser India for more than 10 years. To help a customer, he embarked on a journey of 1,800 kilometers and 24 days of quarantine in the middle of a hard lockdown. Why? Here he tells his story.
The pandemic brings significant challenges, but for modern analytical technology and remote monitoring, it becomes a springboard. Steve Beeston of the engineering and consulting firm Wood shares his experiences.