NETZSCH Pumps & Systems is exhibiting its displacement pumps at the Hannover Messe from 24 - 28 April 2017. The company has recently added the multi screw pump to its global portfolio in addition to the progressing cavity and rotary lobe pump. In this way, the pump manufacturer positions himself as a neutral consultant, which pump is the best for the respective industrial application. You will find NETZSCH Pumpen & Systeme GmbH at the Pump Plaza in Hall 15, booth G 43.
The NETZSCH Pumps & Systems GmbH in Waldkraiburg were granted the three certificates in accordance with OHSAS 18001, ISO 14001 and ISO 9001 by the SGS International Certification Services beginning of March this year. This success has been mainly achieved by the department "Integrated Quality Systems". Therefore the requirements of the internationally recognised DIN EN ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 management standards were met, jointly certified and merged with the existing DIN EN ISO 9001-compliant system.
NETZSCH proudly announces that for the second time since 2011, it will be presented with a highly appreciated best practices award by Frost & Sullivan, the U.S.-based growth partnership company. In its motivation statement, Frost & Sullivan explains that the 2014 Global Product Leadership Award in Progressive Cavity Pumps for Oil and Gas was issued by evaluating total client experience and strategy implementation excellence using a scorecard, including 10 benchmark criteria for both product leadership and management culture, which has set NETZSCH clearly apart from the other companies in the field.
On 28th August 2014, Gebrüder NETZSCH Maschinenfabrik GmbH, Linz (Austria) will be renamed NETZSCH Pumpen & Systeme Österreich GmbH. The change of name reflects the company's development over decades.
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