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  1. 60 years of Endress+Hauser A journey through time…

  2. 1953 Birth certificate: With a starting capital of only 2.000 Deutsch mark, the ‘L Hauser KG for sale of Fielden-Endress’ electronic devices’ has been established in 1953. The company’s name came from Ludwig Hauser’s wife Luise.

  3. 1955 Where it all began: the house in Lörrach's Zeppelinstraße 1955, affectionately called ‘United Cottage Works’ by the people.

  4. 1955 A man of action: company founder Georg H Endress.

  5. 1955 The first female employees in Lörrach 1955 with their boss.

  6. 1957 Leading by example: Georg H. Endress (right) in 1957, visiting a customer.

  7. 1960 Always ready for a laugh: Georg H. Endress (right) with senior partner Ludwig Hauser.

  8. 1960 One of the first company vehicles in front of the imposing alpine mountains.

  9. 1960 Transistors replacing tubes: printed circuit board production in 1960.

  10. 1960 Exhibition on wheels: a minibus takes the product range to the customer in 1960. The first sales center abroad opens in the same year in the Netherlands.

  11. 1963 Set for growth: a look into the new production hall in Maulburg.

  12. 1964 Diversification begins in the 60s: Endress+Hauser measures levels with ultrasound, radiometric devices, electro-mechanics and conductivity.

  13. 1966 Tidy, clean workplaces and clearly defined work processes: as important in 1966 as they are today.

  14. 1970 The demobus keeps on running, the customer base keeps on growing.

  15. 1970 New markets: in 1970 Endress+Hauser opens a sales center in the USA. In Japan, the company acquires a share in the tank level specialists Sakura.

  16. 1971 Ludwig Hauser – then aged 76 – retires in 1971. Production starts this year in the USA.

  17. 1973 Company parties have always enjoyed a great tradition at Endress+Hauser – like here in 1973 in Maulburg (third from left: Klaus Endress’ future wife Irene). The company then had 710 employees.

  18. 1975 A snapshot of 1975 - the plant in Maulburg keeps on growing. Aged 80, co-founder Ludwig Hauser dies the same year – the Endress family becomes sole shareholders.

  19. 1978 New frontiers: starting in 1977, Reinach-based Flowtec manufactures flowmeters. Conducta in Gerlingen enlarges its product range with analysis measurement engineering.

  20. 1978 Tubes for flowmeters with large nominal widths.

  21. 1980 Trade shows promote brand awareness – the Endress+Hauser stand at the 1980 EnviTec in Düsseldorf.

  22. 1981 Say cheese: people for process automation proudly presenting their instruments in 1981.

  23. 1984 Strong in research and development: as early as 1984, computers were a common sight at Endress+Hauser.

  24. 1984 Know-how: Endress+Hauser acquires early expertise in calibration.

  25. 1984 Honor: Georg H. Endress is awarded the German Federal Cross of Merit First Class in 1984.

  26. 1985 Expansion: 12 million Deutschmark invested in another new Maulburg building in 1985.

  27. 1986 Progress in bits and bytes: electronics and digitalization taking huge strides.

  28. 1986 The second generation has long been in business by 1986: Georg H. Endress with his sons Urs, Klaus and Hans-Peter (from left).

  29. 1988 High-tech in 1988: testing a Swingwirl.

  30. 1988 The company grows – and the demobus has also expanded (1988).

  31. 1989 Management team: Peter Wetzer, Klaus Riemenschneider, Georg H. Endress, Dieter Schaudel and Thomas Vogel (from left) in 1989.

  32. 1989 1989 marks the best year ever for the group of companies. Georg H. Endress and his son Klaus look ahead with confidence.

  33. 1989 Development progressing fast. PCBs and electronic components growing smaller and more complex.

  34. 1990 The company's headcount in 1990 is 4,000 people; sales reach the 500 Million Swiss Franc mark.

  35. 1990 Worldwide investments: the new building of the SC USA in Greenwood, Indiana.

  36. 1990 The group's executives meet once every year for their management conference. The 1980 Groupcon was held in Japan.

  37. 1992 A soft spot for art: the charismatic company founder Georg H Endress shows his self-deprecating sense of humor.

  38. 1992 Sign of the times: Urs Endress, Georg H. Endress and Klaus Endress (from left) in 1992 in Production at Flowtec.

  39. 1995 The company founder's sons in 1995: Klaus Endress – here with his brothers Urs, Hans-Peter and George (from left) – takes over the operative management of the group of companies from his father.

  40. 1996 Small works of art: PCBs in the late nineties.

  41. 1997 Nimble fingers are called for – in 1997 as much as today.

  42. 1997 A new building for research and development and for electronics production opens in 1997 at Flowtec in Reinach.

  43. 1998 The demobus on the road in 1998. Digital fieldbuses making their way.

  44. 1999 Tiger states: Endress+Hauser now has its own sales center in Thailand.

  45. 2003 The Endress+Hauser Group celebrates its 50th anniversary: Dr. h.c. Georg H. Endress and his wife Alice Endress-Vogt (seated) with their children Klaus Endress, Karin Endress, Hans-Peter Endress, Yvonne Endress, Urs Endress, Christa Endress, Dr. George A. Endress, Jasmin Schellenberg-Endress (from left).

  46. 2003 Side by side: Dr. h.c. Georg H. Endress and his wife Alice Endress-Vogt. The company founder dies in 2008 aged 84.

  47. 2009 Family circle: Alice Endress-Vogt celebrates her 90th birthday at Basel zoo.

  48. 2012 Third generation: the family charter, launched in 2006, strengthens the bonds between members of the shareholder family – boosted by activities such as the Family Day (here in 2012 in Milan).

  49. 2012 Powerful show in important growth markets: measurement instrument production in Aurangabad, India.

  50. 2012 Worldwide quality: when it comes to production, the same standards apply at all of Endress+Hauser's plants and locations (production in Aurangabad, India, 2012.)