Wilo is preparing for the challenges of the future with it’s site development programme, with the construction of the “Smart Factory” at the company’s headquarters, its innovative pump portfolio and the implementation of Industry 4.0.
With the strap line “Wilo brings the future”, the pump manufacturer will present innovative, digital products and service innovations at the ISH in Frankfurt from 14 to 18 March 2017.
visitors are being invited to Wilo’s huge 1,200m2 stand, which can be found in hall 9.1, at stands B/C/D 46 and will exhibit products and services which will give it the leading edge on the way to becoming a digital pioneer in the pump industry.
The company is presenting solutions for tomorrow, today, with its increasing digitalisation in the sector. As a result, the focus is primarily directed on global megatrends, their future development as well as their effects on people and the economy, including customised solutions and new well-designed products that are more economical, intelligent and effective than ever before.
Innovations from the OEM portfolio will be presented alongside solutions in the Building Services sector among other things. A new generation of circulators will be included in these, because even in this area where the company already is seen as a leader, it looks to stay one step ahead, in order to offer its customers’ the advantages of tomorrow, today.
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