Endress+Hauser dedicates new building in Mexico03.03.2023
Endress+Hauser Mexico has invested roughly 10 million € in a new building. The recently occupied sales and service center is located in Naucalpan in the Mexico City metropolitan area. With 4100 m² of usable space, the center includes modern office facilities, an extensively equipped customer experience and process training center and a complete calibration lab.
The new business facilities are aligned with the needs of customers and employees
Strengthening customer relationships
The new building in Naucalpan reflects the solid growth of the Sales Center in recent years. It demonstrates a connection with the market and customers and enables further growth. At the heart of the building is a process training center where customers can practice using a variety of measurement instruments and simulate conditions similar to their own operating environments. Working together with experts from Endress+Hauser, they can then develop new solutions for their applications.
Customers can use the customer experience and process training center to simulate conditions in their own operating environment
Attractive work setting
The building features numerous spaces and facilities designed with the needs of the employees in mind, allowing them to flourish and feel at home in their new work environment. The amenities include a gym, a nursing room for mothers, and a library, plus various places for individual and collective work in open spaces to ensure that the day-to-day work activities can be carried out in a productive and attractive setting.
The Mexico Sales Center also places high value on sustainability and the well-being of employees
Focus on sustainability
Endress+Hauser places a value on sustainability and energy efficiency with all of its construction projects. The new building in Mexico thus features solar panels. In addition, a water treatment and cleaning system was developed that feeds 7.2 m³ of water into the climate control and plumbing systems on a daily basis. Because of these measures, the new building was certified gold under the LEED system (Leadership in Energy and Environment), proving that it achieves significant energy and resource savings over its lifetime.