Endress+Hauser’s New Production Plant

The team at Endress+Hauser is excited to announce the recent opening of our new production facility in Greenwood, Indiana, where our U.S. sales center is headquartered. With a focus on temperature measurement instrumentation, this new plant will allow us to expand U.S. production and better serve our growing client base.

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The new plant will produce sensor elements, thermometers, and thermowells, in addition to transmitters, system components, and recorders.

We chose to build this new, state-of-the-art, 42,000-square-foot facility for a very specific reason; we are dedicated to manufacturing and providing services close to our customers. Thanks to its central location, the Greenwood, Indiana plant will allow us to provide products quickly and efficiently to clients throughout the United States, as well as our clients in Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Argentina, and Chile.

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At Endress+Hauser, we aim for constant improvement and innovation, and this new facility demonstrates our commitment to providing top-quality, convenient manufacturing and engineering services for a wide range of industries.

As part of this commitment, we also act as a go-to resource for safety education and solutions, as many of our temperature measurement customers work in hazardous environments.

If you’re interested in learning about ways to safeguard your equipment and protect your staff and facility as a whole, we recommend the temperature profiling whitepaper entitled, “How to Perform Temperature Profiling in Hazardous Environments.”

The whitepaper contains detailed instructions for multipoint thermometers and various safety precautions to keep in mind in order to ensure optimal safety in your facility. To discuss your temperature measurement needs with an expert, reach out to the team today.

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