NNE is an international company specialized in pharma engineering. We help pharmaceutical companies bring products to market by providing flexible, compliant and future-proof solutions. We have close to 2,000 professionals delivering global knowledge and best practices, of which 160 are located in the United States. All are dedicated to supporting our customers globally and on local sites.

NNE’s employees bring their technical knowledge to life by solving complex engineering challenges for our customers every day. As a member of our tribe of helpful and ambitious experts, you can look forward to a career of solving the insolvable.

We are constantly looking for new talent to make us best in class. Are you up for the challenge?

Meet our employees

Martin Kockx

Automation Engineer

Martin Kockx highlights the varied work and the opportunities for personal and professional development as some of his favorite things working at NNE.

Melvin Chen

Process Engineer

Melvin Chen found his calling in the pharma industry. He likes working in a project-driven environment as it allows him to be involved in different aspects of the engineering lifecycle and dig into how things really work.

Thomas Sørensen

Automation Engineer

To Thomas Sørensen, the most fun and exciting part of being an automation engineer within the pharma industry is seeing the completed machine in operation, producing medicines, and knowing that he has been part of programming that machine.

Interning at NNE

In the summer of 2018, NNE in Durham ran a intern pilot program. Read below what our interns took away from their two months as part of the NNE family.

Learning accounting outside of the books

Caleb Stephenson's interned at NNE in Durham as part of the Finance and IT Department team.

Read about his experiences  

Learning the language of pharma engineering

Muema Matheka shares his experiences from his two-month internship at NNE’s Durham office, where he was part of the marketing and sales department. 

See what he has to say


Learning strategy in a corporate setting

When the chance of an internship at NNE presented itself, Sean Petersen was quick to grab it.

Read what he takes away from his time at NNE