Grundfos partners with Denmark’s Export Credit Agency to scale back danger

Grundfos has entered into an settlement with EKF, Denmark’s Export Credit Agency, that will allow the Danish pump firm to finance tasks globally for customers with restricted available funds.
Under the settlement, non-public commercial and public customers can obtain financing on initiatives above E0.5 million for up to five years instantly via Grundfos. EKF will provide Grundfos with a credit score guarantee masking 50% of the credit score publicity significantly reducing the risk in financing this sort of project.
เกจวัดแรงดัน says that the agreement is the primary of its kind in the pump solutions industry.
“We are thrilled to companion with EKF, which is allowing us to offer this new financing alternative to our prospects in want of monetary help to grasp their ambitions within water,” said Grundfos chief financial officer Mikael Geday. “The settlement accelerates the process of equipping clients and end-users with options that scale back CO2 emissions and supplies entry to clean water to weak areas.”
EKF Denmark’s Export Credit Agency promotes Danish exports and internationalisation by providing competitive funding and risk protection.
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