LM Wind Power fires staff in Denmark

Roughly one in three personnel are at risk of being dismissed following GE's plans to shut down large sections of production at the Danish wind turbine blade manufacturer.
Olivier Fontan, CEO of LM Wind Power. | Photo: GE
Olivier Fontan, CEO of LM Wind Power. | Photo: GE

Approximately one third of the 600 employees at LM Wind Power's technology center and testing factory in Lunderskov, Denmark, are at risk of losing their jobs. The GE-owned wind turbine blade producer writes in a statement that the development of new molds will henceforth take place at the company's factories elsewhere in the world, thus jeopardizing 200 domestic staff positions.

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