Royal HaskoningDHV, Endress+Hauser Enter Agreement

Feb. 27, 2017
Endress+Hauser to have instrumentation certified for Nereda technology

Royal HaskoningDHV will collaborate with Endress+Hauser to have its instrumentation certified for the Nereda technology. As part of the agreement, the companies will collaborate in research and development to further improve the applicability of Endress+Hauser instrumentation to Nereda-specific conditions.

Endress+Hauser is working on a compact solution to make installation and handling of Nereda installed analytical instruments easier and more comfortable. Royal HaskoningDHV will actively support this process by making available technical know-how, performance data, and access to its Nereda research and development facilities.

“One of our main goals within the water and wastewater industry is to offer our clients reliable and cost-effective solutions,” said Heidrun Tippe, global industry manager, water and wastewater, for Endress+Hauser. “So this is a perfect match for us. We are convinced that this cooperation will satisfy both Royal HaskoningDHV and Endress+Hauser customers.”

“Our Nereda technology has unique selling points in terms of its footprint, its energy efficiency, sustainability and ease of operation,” said René Noppeney, global director, water technology products and innovation, for Royal HaskoningDHV. “With this agreement, we aim to make a significant step towards tailor made instrumentation as well. I am very pleased that Endress+Hauser has decided to become a preferred supplier.”

Source: Endress+Hauser

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