We play an active role in the main growth themes in a world that is rapidly changing: infrastructure, food, energy and climate are the focus of our business. Cities for millions that touch the sky. A richer harvest to feed a growing world. Keeping food fresh and our children warm in a world that can make more out of less.
Our Aspiration: We are Engineering Tomorrow. We passionately push boundaries on results and reputation.
Our Promise: We earn customer loyalty through excellence in Quality, Reliability and Innovation.Our Behaviour: We build our business on trust and integrity. We are innovative in our ambition to exceed expectations. We are global and embrace diversity. We treasure sustainable results.
Our Engineering Tomorrow mindset dates back to September 1, 1933, when Mads Clausen founded Danfoss in his parents’ farmhouse in Nordborg, Denmark. Since then, the business has grown from a solo enterprise into one of the world’s leading suppliers of energy-efficient and innovative solutions.
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If you want to create powerful engineering solutions, drive a sustainable future across infrastructure, food, climate and energy, Danfoss is where you’ll make a real impact.If you are an experienced professional ready to bring forward your ideas, then Danfoss gives you the freedom to do so. If you are a graduate or student wanting to start your career, we give you a range of opportunities for growth. So start engineering tomorrow – today at Danfoss!
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The global AC drives manufacturer Vacon is now part of the Danfoss Group, effective 1 December 2014. In September 2014, Danfoss announced a public tender offer to acquire all the shares of Vacon. By the end of November, Danfoss obtained approvals from all the relevant authorities, and has now acquired more than 90% of Vacon shares and voting rights in Vacon.
For the past many years, Danfoss has worked together with farmers and dairies across India to help minimize food waste and keep milk and vegetables fresh – all the way from farm to fork. With a new 47,000 square meter campus in the city of Chennai, the company is now equipped with both R&D and manufacturing strength to work alongside industry and government to address the challenge of reducing food loss.
Energy-efficient solutions with a short pay-back time are ready to be installed in infrastructure, buildings and industry, leading to new jobs and savings that will boost Germany’s competitiveness.
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