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Thermo Officially Expands with Office in Europe

Det er officielt!  That’s Danish for “it’s official!”  

Thermo Systems is pleased to announce the opening of our Danish branch: Thermo Systems Denmark. Thermo Systems Denmark is headquartered in Copenhagen and has its first field office in Fredericia, Denmark. This permanent expansion into Denmark along with our creation of a local regional supply chain will enable Thermo to better serve our district energy, mission critical, and life sciences customers throughout the Nordic region and into the European Union. ​The European energy and technology sectors have a long history of environmental consciousness and are often at the forefront of the development of new, energy-efficient technologies. Thermo Systems is excited at the opportunity to play a part in those efforts by offering automation expertise and delivering the same quality of highly-resilient control systems that we have deployed for the past 21 years in the United States. 

 Thermo has a long history of international control systems project delivery:  in 2005, Thermo Systems began supporting our district energy control systems customers in Dubai, Bahrain, and Aman Jordan. In recent years, Thermo has been successfully engaged in mission critical control systems projects in Finland, Denmark, and Belgium. President and CEO David Musto commented, “Our permanent establishment in Denmark will expand and strengthen our ability to provide outstanding customer service to our clients throughout Europe. We are very proud of the Thermo team members who have taken on the assignment to open, lead, and build our Danish operation. This is a significant win for both our Thermo Systems customers and staff”.

 As a company, we look forward to seeing what the future holds for us and the growth of our business in Europe!

Thermo team members in Finland, winter 2018

Thermo job site in Bahrain, 2006