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LM Glasfiber inaugurates wind blade factory

LM Glasfiber has inaugurated a composite wind turbine blade production facility in Goleniów, Poland, to serve the rapidly growing multi-megawatts wind turbine segment for onshore and offshore windfarms in the Northern, Central and Eastern parts of Europe.

The wind turbine blade factory in Goleniów is strategically well placed for transportation of end products, and according to LM Glasfiber spokesperson Steen Broust Nielsen, “The long term outlook for the wind energy sector in the EU is very promising and the factory in Goleniów will allow us to meet an even bigger share of our customers’ demand for long blades.”

The Goleniów blade production facility is the 14th LM Glasfiber factory worldwide and the 4th in Northern Europe.

LM Glasfiber specialises in the use of glass fibre composites for wind turbine blades and is headquartered in Kolding, Denmark.

 

 

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