Turbine blade specialist to seek growth in India and North Africa

Danish wind energy subsupplier Polytech is chasing growth despite the continued price squeeze. Private equity firm Verdane Capital has just sold Polytech's sister subsidiary to a large gain.
Photo: PR PolyTech
Photo: PR PolyTech

Customers queued at Polytech's relatively impressive stand at the global wind energy conference in Hamburg last week. It certainly helped matters that the company's stand featured a gin bar. Drinks aside, interest in the Danish supplier of protective systems for turbine blades is at the highest it has been for a number of years.

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