Endress+Hauser builds production facility in Aurangabad, India

Endress+Hauser has opened a new production building on its campus in Aurangabad, India. This milestone reaffirms the company’s continued investment in production and working environments.

The new building is a milestone for Endress+Hauser in Aurangabad, India

The formal inauguration of the building took place on 1 Aug 2023 in the presence of the Endress+Hauser Temperature+System products management, as well as representatives of various industry associations. After the official inauguration of the new building, a family party was held, giving employees’ relatives the opportunity to visit the new premises. In addition, employees celebrating anniversaries were honored for their years of service in the presence of their family members. The day was rounded off with an evening banquet at which traditional Indian cuisine was served.

The employees celebrated the inauguration of the new building together with their families

The new production building is a facility for the manufacture of temperature measurement technology and system products as well as liquid analysis. The two-story building covers a total area of 5,400m2 and was realised with an investment of €4.4m. The first-floor houses new production spaces for Endress+Hauser Temperature+System products, offices and a cafeteria. The second-floor houses production and office space for Endress+Hauser liquid analysis.

To minimize the environmental impact, a solar installation covers 80% of the building’s electricity consumption, in line with the company’s goal of CO2 neutrality. Special insulating glass reportedly reduces heat transmission and increases the building’s energy efficiency. The sustainable concept supports internal and external collaboration.

Since its establishment 11 years ago, the site has become a location for the production of high-quality products for customers in India and South East Asia. The newly constructed production building represents a strategic investment to support growth in the region and to serve these emerging markets more efficiently with Indian-made products.