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Danfoss occupies new Hamburg offices

Danfoss chairman Jørgen M Clausen and his wife Anette Nøhr Clausen (centre) open the new offices, flanked by Danfoss Cooling president Jürgen Fischer (left) and Ole Møller-Jensen (right), president of Danfoss Central European Region

GERMANY: Danfoss has opened new German offices in Hamburg’s HafenCity, Europe’s largest inner-city development project when built in 2015.

The 1600m² premises provides space for 120 employees from all four company segments. The Office is not only state-of-the-art workspace, but also aims to be a hub for issues such as energy efficiency, digitisation and flexible co-working.

Danfoss was originally involved in the project, providing sub-stations and domestic hot water systems for the district heating system supplying buildings in HafenCity. The buildings are also equipped with Danfoss technologies to control the energy consumption of heating and cooling systems.

“The new Danfoss office in the heart of Hamburg could quickly become a magnet for talents, professionals from different sectors, cross-segment initiatives and customer events,” explained Dirk Leinweber, director of sales food retail at Danfoss Cooling.

The new office offers a large showroom with virtual reality applications as well as various open spaces, meeting rooms and meeting areas, including a breathtaking harbour view.

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